Monday, February 11, 2013

Sharing the Love with Play-doh

Instead of giving lollipops and candy why not give these cute 2oz containers of play-doh to your child's classmates.  Children over 2 years will enjoy these cute colourful containers of play-doh, which will allow them to make whatever they want.  My daughter made small heart shapes and my son made a play-doh flower for me :)
I enjoyed playing with the play-doh as well, while showing  my kids how to make flowers with it.  
These containers of play-doh will keep children entertained for quite a while, and I am sure many parents and teachers will appreciate this :)
I like that the package comes with 15 containers and stickers for us to personalize and place on the container.  I used a marker to personalize it because pencils and regular pens didn't work well.  
These play-doh containers, along with the printable cards below would be awesome treats for our children's friends at school.
download Valentine's Day Cards
Sometimes we don't have the best way with words. This Valentine's Day help kids say something sweet to their friends with Wreck-It Ralph Valentine's Cards!  
Wreck-It Ralph will be available on HD Digital Feb 12 and on 3D Blu-ray Combo Pack on Mar 5
Printable Disney Valentine's card
Don't forget to enter the Disney on Ice Rockin' Ever After giveaway that ends on February 16th.  Open to everyone in Toronto (or anyone that can come to the show held at Rogers Centre during the March Break).
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4 comments:

  1. My 2-year-old loves playdoh. I just need to get over my Type A urge to keep all the colours separate! ;D

    Entered your giveaway too - thanks for sharing!

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  2. Love the Play-Doh idea! Kids always get so much candy so this is a great alternative.

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  3. I love your idea about giving Playdoh for Valentine's Day. There has been a trend to give lollipops with Valentines, and I don't like the sugar that the kids get--and it's terrible for their teeth.

    Jenna
    www.snymed.blogspot.ca

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  4. Great job:) I loved Play Doh as a kit.

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