Edward got this toy for Christmas and he loved it. He likes to watch a video in YouTube from Surprise Eggs Unboxing Toys that upon unwrapping the present, he wants to play with it already.
The first thing he did was to re-do the Popsicle in the video. Normally I don’t allow him to mix dough colors. But he was so eager to follow the video, I just let him. I was so proud of him to do the Popsicle one at a time.
Next day, I was showing him to make the Popsicle in one color… But the dough was not enough for one. After putting the dough in the mold,when I closed it, I had to manually stick the two parts. I wish Play-Doh gave a bigger can of dough. Seems that the free dough are not enough. So… I think one way or another you have to mix colors. Yikes!
I tried reading about separating the dough after colors are mixed but it seems hard. Majority of the parents just buy new sets of dough. They said Play-Dohs are cheap. It’s not the same in the Philippines… Oh well, I guess children do mix dough as they play. Just have to think of an alternative.