Melissa and Doug Shape, Model and Mold
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- Colorful collection of play clay and wooden tools
- Includes: 5 wooden stamping cubes, 3 rolling pins, 4 tubs of modeling dough, 1 patterned wheel press
- 4 vibrant colors (red, yellow, blue, and green)
- Adorable animal molds on every lid
- Great for fine motor skills, finger strength, color recognition, shape recognition, and creative expression
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Description for Melissa and Doug Shape, Model and Mold
Our modeling dough comes in four colorful tubs with molding lids and a patterned wheel press. The kit includes five easy-grip, wooden stamping cubes and three rolling pins with unique patterns.
From the Manufacturer
Develops the Senses Through Hands-on Play
This play set adds even more dimension to the wonderful tactile experience of working with clay, making it the perfect practice ground for growing skills. As children receive important sensory input from the pliable clay, sturdy tools, and textured sculptures they create, they’ll also be reinforcing key motor skills such as finger strength, balance, and tactile perception. Every piece offers a unique way to experience texture—from bumpy rollers to carved stamping blocks—and an unspoken invitation to feel, press, stretch, and explore. The solidly made wooden pieces also encourage different kinds of grasping, helping build dexterity that can benefit future writing skills and so much more. Clever stamps—both carved into the wooden blocks and recessed in the tub lids—also encourage children to press and lift against resistance, building strength and control in the fingers and hands as they are rewarded with adorable pet figures and geometric shapes.
Encourages Creativity and Color Play
With four colors of clay and nine wooden tools to roll, stamp, and add patterns, children have lots of ways to explore texture, form, and color. Younger kids can identify the colors, blend them together, and match the colors of the clay to the colorfully painted tools. Older kids can create geometric shapes and mini-sculptures of their favorite things, or even form letters and numbers as a literacy exercise. For imaginative children, the variety of colors makes it easy to create an imaginative world: Kids can create characters, animals, vehicles, and more for pretend play or display-worthy artworks. Even the wooden storage crate can add to the fun: It can be used as a corral for animals, flipped over as a stage for mini-performers, and more.
About Melissa & Doug
Melissa & Doug toys are designed to fuel imagination, inspire exploration, and encourage the natural curiosity that leads to a lifetime of learning. From classic wooden toys to creative crafts for every age, Melissa & Doug’s timeless products educate and enrich in a way that’s as natural as playtime itself. Since their company’s founding 25 years ago, Melissa and Doug have been committed to making exceptional children’s products, with a focus on hands-on creative play and superior customer service. With their recognizable red-oval logo, Melissa and Doug put their names on every product they make—a symbol of their commitment to quality, attention to detail, and dedication to improving playtime for families around the world.
What’s in the Box?
- 4 tubs of clay, 4 wooden rollers, and 5 wooden shape stamps
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I love that I proved to be right on all 3 of those, because yesterday was one of those days with our little guy that was serving me my butt in a wheelbarrow, and this morning when we tried to walk in a different direction other then his sister's school wasn't any better, and I totally needed to see something succeed like crazy.
So, as you can see from the manufacturer's picture, these canisters of play clay are tiny. Just barely enough to be functional with this kit. It did initially seem goopier to me then play do, but it honestly didn't stick to the table any more then play do did, and I didn't have any problems whatsoever cleaning things out when we were done. Very miniscule amounts of the clay product actually stuck to the wood block we were using, none of it stuck to the rollers, which seemed to have a higher gloss varnish/sealer on them, so they're a bit less sticky. And I'm going to respectfully disagree with another reviewer that plastic play do toys are better, because we've got a full set of those and have since our daughter was a toddler...and let me tell you, it doesn't matter what they're made of, if play do dries in them, they can be murder to clean out regardless, but sometimes plastic is easier to break then wood if you're trying to chip out dried play clay.
I did notice that a small bit of paint came off from the red block we were using into the clay, but I looked at it closely, and it appeared to be some loose painted wood dust that was left over from manufacturing, because I didn't see any chipped paint on our block. But I imagine paint could chip over time with use and it would go into the clay. But then, anything including pet hair will do that, so I'm not really going to be fussy about that.
For our son, he's 5, and his hands are a bit on the big side for his age. He can grasp the one handed roller fine, it's more fine motor for him to do the other rollers because he can't wrap his hands all the way around the grippers and has to use his finger tips. Which I think can be useful as well. So, if you are getting this for an older or a bigger pre schooler or kindergartener, that is something to consider...they may be more comfortable with something with a larger hand grip space. But since he has fine motor needs also, I'm pretty groovy with that. And I think that the shapes in the lid are super cool too and I'm going to progress up to those once he's feeling comfortable with the blocks. So overall, I think this is a very cool product.
The rolling pins are pretty fun, even for adults. It's true that they're pretty tiny, but they're the perfect size for little hands. The cutter is a big hit as well. We love that they are made of wood and don't seem terribly fragile, like the tools I remember snapping in half as a kid! I did buy this set when it was a Deal of the Day, so I'm not sure I'd buy it at a much higher price, but we really enjoy it.
UPDATE: While my great granddaughter still enjoys the tools and the tops of the clay containers, that are like molds, the clay itself has not held up. It is about 3 1/2 months since I purchased this and even though she has not used the clay very often and I have been scrupulous about being sure the tops are replaced tightly on the clay containers, the clay has gotten lumpy, stiff, and unusable. I recently purchased some Play-Doh brand clay to replace this and the difference is remarkable. Even brand-new, the M&D clay was not the same soft, silky consistency. For that reason, I am lowering my rating to 4 stars though the tools are probably worth the price of the set.