(closeout) Djeco Modeling Dough Prints and Shapes
Please note that all damaged and close-out items are non-returnable.
Closeout Price: $10.95
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A little bit of geometry, a little bit of art, and a whole lot of fun. Djeco Modeling Dough Prints and Shapes is a spot-on sensory experience for your kindergartner. Using soft, non-staining modeling dough, your child will follow the directions to complete each picture. After rolling out the dough, pressing it with a reusable textured plate, cutting it out with a geometric cookie cutter, and placing each correctly textured shape on the reusable boards, the picture is complete. What a tactilely-marvelous way to reinforce shapes and fine motor skills while working independently to create colorful artwork.
Djeco Modeling Dough Prints and Shapes includes four reusable pictures to decorate, five cookie cutters, four texture boards, four containers of modeling dough and a step-by-step instruction booklet.
Please note: Dough contains gluten.
Designed By: Pascale Estellon
Age Recommendation: 3-6 Years
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
Our daughter enjoys this one a lot. She likes the different shapes and textures element to this one. The mats clean up super nice. She wants to pull this out often. She can mostly use it on her own other then set up and clean up.
My daughter enjoyed some other art sets from this brand but I feel this was overpriced for what it was and the doh was sticky & was a little harder to use than normal play-doh.
We liked Djeco Modeling Dough Prints and Shapes, but I feel it is a bit overpriced for what is basically play-dough and cookie cutters. Still, it is a fun project for the children, and little ones can play, too. I like anything that can be reused for future children.
These are fantastic little boards to familiarize little hands with shapes, colors, and patterns, all in one project. My son has enjoyed them multiple times over!
These are a step above the basic toy store dough cut-out sets because it brings shapes into everyday life/objects. The mats are thick and the dough is easy to reposition and reuse. The only reason this didn't get 5 stars from me is because if the dough does get on another surface (like kitchen counter or wooden table) it is rather hard to get up. I suggest laying down wax paper to roll out the dough if you child doesn't want to roll on the mats and just have free play. Our favorite part was creating textured looks to our creations with the pattern templates.