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The First-Ever PLAY-DOH® Month Celebration!!




Come and Experience the First-Ever PLAY-DOH® Month Celebration!

Let Malaysia’s Colourful Community inspire your kids to create their best PLAY-DOH® sculptures and be part of The Malaysia Book of Records attempt!

A healthy imagination plays an important role in helping children learn, and for over 50 years, PLAY-DOH® has inspired young children to play, invent, experiment and sculpt their own unique creations.
That’s why the first-ever PLAY-DOH® Month is such exciting news!

From September 21 to 27 at Ground Floor HighStreet, 1 Utama, adults and children alike get the chance to create their own Malaysia-inspired masterpieces out of PLAY-DOH® – it can be anything you choose, be it sculptures or numbers and alphabets.
As you create and re-create, you also get the chance to participate in The Malaysia Book of Records attempt for the most PLAY-DOH® sculptures created in a single day on September 26 (Saturday), and a successful attempt will see your PLAY-DOH® creations on display for all Malaysians to admire, with the most creative sculptures winning exciting PLAY-DOH® prizes!
With PLAY-DOH® there’s really no limit to your imagination, and you can even work in teams or as a family to create something special by sharing ideas. As a tool to encourage learning and experimentation, it’s hard to beat PLAY-DOH® – through hands-on, structured play and encouragement children can learn many skills, from recognising shapes and colours to learning how colours mix and blend, and even social and intellectual skills such as collaboration and problem-solving.

Here we are with the dough:

Here are some video on packaging and the cover is air tight. 





Love the colours of PLAYDOH in this series. Added with neon series brings up items that we are making. 
Love the small packaging as it's easy for light travel and teaching kids on colour is easy too. Try to mix the colour and you could also teach primary colour of red. Blue. Yellow. In oppose to secondary colour of orange. Green and purple. 
You and your kids can get started to “Shape a Colourful Community” with some of these tips:
Step 1: Work as a team with your kids to imagine what everyone in the family think will best and most positively represent Malaysia. You can even draw your ideas out first using colourful marker pens, colour pencils, or crayons.
Jaden always love underwater world - he loves fishes, all kinds of corals, sea and even want to be a diver when he grow up, and own an aquarium center for divers.
We come up with a theme of underwater world
"COLOURFUL SEA COMMUNITY MALAYSIA FEATURING OUR BEST BEACH - SAVE AND PROTECT THE TURTLE AND SHARK. MAY WE LEAVE THE BEAUTIFUL BEACH AND NATURE FOR OUR BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN".
Step 2: Materialise your idea using PLAY-DOH® compound. Do experiment and encourage each other as you go along. You can combine the different colours and mix them well with fingers until they become a different colour, just like this :

PRIMARY AND SECONDARY COLOUR
Yellow + Blue = Green
Red + Blue = Purple
Yellow +Red = Orange.

Happy experimenting!

 
and use any other items you have ready in the house to press patterns and make various shapes with the compound.

You can use all stuff at home for the project. To make the lines, shapes, or just dough with hands.
PLAYDOH can be washed with water easily, so be creative and be dirty.
Child learns through play ;)
Sharp items are to use with supervisory.


Step 3: Watch as you and your children transition your flat design into a colourful 3D Malaysia-inspired masterpiece creation!
Happy Boy, he is staying up so late to finish up together. He is very excited to see the outcome very much like the one he sketches.
Thank you PLAYDOH for making the family bonding possible with this colourful dough. Mummy does slow down to do this project together. Putting off houseworks, cleaning and packing on hold, here we are with PLAYDOH.

Lovely family bonding as we talk about the environment, about how we should protect the nature and sea creatures, dough and mold every details of the piece, and how to blend in the colours of each item on the sketch so that it looks colourful.

And the end products:
Colourful and truly a colourful Community - For us to treasure, the history, the originate, just like PLAYDOH - its for generations.


For more information and updates about PLAY-DOH® Month, be sure to visit the PLAY-DOH® website: www.playdoh.com.

We will be there too. join us for the Malaysia Book of Records Event! Its happening from 21-27 September 2015 at Ground Floor HighStreet, 1 Utama.
 Connect with us on INSTAGRAM at #playdohmonth2015

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  1. Nice art work with Play-Doh. Good job to both of you.

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  2. Oh My God the art work so beautiful! Your son so creative on it!

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  3. Play-Doh is just so fun, not only for kids but adults too! They are so colourful, I can see that you really had a good bonding time.

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  4. Interesting... I am still trying to figure out what I should create with my playboy with my daughter... We are a bit slow... Sighhhh

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    1. Holiday is here. Still got plenty of time to have fun. :)

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    2. Holiday is here. Still got plenty of time to have fun. :)

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  5. Interesting... I am still trying to figure out what I should create with my playboy with my daughter... We are a bit slow... Sighhhh

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  6. This is creative. I used to play with my sister when I was younger. It kinda brings back some memories to it. :D

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  7. Woots, you bring back my childhood memories!! I used to play with my brother when we was younger!! :D

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  8. This really brings back memories! Always loved play doh. It promotes kids to be more creative with their imagination

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  9. 2nd time try to comment. hehe.. somehow my internet haywire.
    beautiful work you got there. :D
    love the colours.

    namesherry.com

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  10. Kids nowadays play with play-doh...my time I only play with 'tanah liat'! big generation gap. I am sure all kids have lots of fun here.

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  11. Your children so creative. I miss my childhood time when see this play- doh

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  12. It is looking lovely and even my kids enjoy playing with play doh and it is good to run with their creativity.

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  13. the creation is beautiful. very nice..

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  14. the creation is beautiful. very nice..

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  15. I love Play Doh! I remember watching the ads on the telly and dreaming about owning one but I never got the chance to. *those times - Play Doh was quite pricey* However,will surely get this for my children in the future. :)

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  16. Play Doh is my favourite type of toy / game when I was little! But I was too little to play it properly, everything becomes brown clay after one session of playing haha!

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  17. Waaaaa, I remember playing this when I am a kids. Love creating it with the things I like. Your kids work is so creative and so pretty!

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  18. Nice masterpiece. I like the oceanic theme.

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  19. Your kid sure enjoy his PlayDoh time. So cute!

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  20. say yes to play doh! hours of fun for the kids :D.. when they are playing these, i have a breather to finish my stuff

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  21. Awesome! Am impress with both of your artwork done :) Nice!
    Cheers, https://siennylovesdrawing.wordpress.com

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  22. I played PLAY-DOH too when I was kid with my siblings, had so much fun working out our creativity :)

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  23. When I was a kid I love playing with Play-Doh. I wanna go back to being a kid again >_<

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  24. playdoh is really fun to play with the kids, the new colours is so fluorescent and bright, love it.

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  25. Awh Playdoh! I remember loving this as a kid :) Beautiful work, your kids are really creative!

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