Jump to content
Win a Play-Doh Diggin’ Rigs prize pack
125 replies to this topic
Posted 29 October 2012 - 09:09 AM
Win one of four Play-Doh Diggin’ Rigs prize packs including a Buster the Power Crane and Tool Crew.
PLAY-DOH BUSTER THE POWER CRANE Toy
(HASBRO/Ages 3 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $34.99/Available: Sept 2012)
Let’s get to work! BUSTER THE POWER CRANE character is the centrepiece of the Diggin’ Rigs crew and has all the right tools for the job! His button activated voice encourages interaction and play, and when kids push PLAY-DOH compound through the crane boom, more lights and sounds are activated. BUSTER THE POWER CRANE toy is a fully-functioning vehicle, but is also packed with 10 different Play-Doh tools to dig, build and smash for any construction job! Includes four 3 oz cans of specialty PLAY-DOH compound including metal, brick, sand, and asphalt colours, two hand tools, two boom attachments and two separate building book moulds allowing kids to cut, stamp or mould PLAY-DOH compound into other construction themed creations.
PLAY-DOH TOOL CREW Assortment
(HASBRO/Ages 3 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $9.99/Available: Sept 2012)
Build your own fun with PLAY-DOH compound, cool TONKA CHUCK & FRIENDS characters, and iconic construction vehicles! CHIP THE CUTTER vehicle allows kids to mould PLAY-DOH bricks from the cab then flatten and slice them up. ROLLAND THE STEAM ROLLER pal extrudes PLAY-DOH compound from his cab, and then rolls and flattens like a true steam roller! Each item comes with one 2-ounce cans of PLAY-DOH terrain compound. Each sold separately.
For more information visit www.hasbro.com.au
Four x Play Doh Diggin’ Rigs prize packs each containing below products:
Play-Doh Buster The Power Crane valued at $34.99 each
Play-Doh Tool Crew valued at $9.99 each
Each prize pack is valued at $44.98
Total prize being: $179.92
How to enter
For your chance to win, just reply below with the answer to the following question in 25 words or less:
“Why is PlayDoh a favourite in your household? “
T &Cs pinned in competition forum.
Competition commences Monday 29 October until Monday 26 November 2012.
Posted 29 October 2012 - 09:13 AM
PlayDoh is a favourite here because it not only gets played with, but eaten too! So both kids are happy
Posted 29 October 2012 - 01:17 PM
Charlie lives on an outback property 65km from the nearest neighbour so playing independantly is priority - Play Doh is a fantastic imaginative game.
Posted 29 October 2012 - 01:23 PM
Play-Doh is a fun to toy that is easy to play with which means more enjoyment and less tantrums!
Posted 29 October 2012 - 01:44 PM
My boy has sensory processing disorder and getting him to touch playdoh took lots of determination and time. Now he can not get enough!
Posted 29 October 2012 - 04:04 PM
We big kids at heart have just as much fun with it as the littlies, especially late on a Friday night after the kids are tucked up in bed we play our own version of pictionary as such, only we have to build the answers out of play-doh. It gets interesting!
Posted 29 October 2012 - 04:07 PM
Play doh is fuel for little imaginations, so many possible scenarios leads to hours upon hours of play time (well at least in our house).
Posted 29 October 2012 - 05:19 PM
It is a stress relief to know we can have fun at enjoyable price and spend some family time together
Posted 29 October 2012 - 10:17 PM
It encourages creativity, it's harmless (and some say tasty) and it's a nice quiet activity.
Posted 29 October 2012 - 10:22 PM
Haven't introduced it to my baby girl yet, but i love it, so it soon will be.
Posted 30 October 2012 - 09:21 AM
Squishy and tasty! I'd rather him be doing it with Play-Doh rather than what the dog leaves on the lawn!
Posted 30 October 2012 - 02:44 PM
Play-Doh is the best! It's so creative and my daughter can make anything out of it she likes and isn't restricted to a solid, non-moving object. We LOVE it here!
Posted 30 October 2012 - 04:30 PM
Play dough is the biggest hit in our house atm. keeping everyone quiet and entretained for hours. Thanks Playdough.
Posted 30 October 2012 - 04:46 PM
Playdough is a favorite activity since it's for all ages with emphasis on one's imagination and creativeness.
Posted 30 October 2012 - 05:00 PM
Its easy to clean up, you can take it anywhere and keeps them quiet! Bliss!!! Oh and at adult parties we also have some fun with it making adult shapes.
Posted 30 October 2012 - 05:55 PM
Great teaching tool for children that encourages creativity, especially important for children with disabilities, a way of communication and see them respond like never before.
Posted 31 October 2012 - 09:57 AM
I know it is safe and cannot harm my young children. I know this because I grew up and learnt with playdoh
Posted 31 October 2012 - 10:13 AM
It's classic, old school fun. Creative, fun, encourages many new skills.
And feels nice to squish too
Posted 31 October 2012 - 10:23 AM
All my boys love building with Play-Doh
and even make little people
occasionally they make balls and throw
it around too
Posted 31 October 2012 - 11:36 AM
It’s a favourite due to its versatility. PlayDoh can be anything. It can turn into cupcakes, cars, superheroes, you name it.
Posted 01 November 2012 - 11:36 AM
we spend a quality family time getting creative with play-doh, we make it into anything!
Posted 01 November 2012 - 12:14 PM
You can do anything with play-doh, the only limit is imagination.
1 user(s) are reading this topic
0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users
The Essential Baby & Toddler Show is back this April! Save $8 off the door price for a limited time only!
Sometimes the greatest baby name ideas come from the most unexpected places, as these EB members show.
While we often think of pregnancy as a 40 week affair, experts agree that 37 weeks is actually “full term". So is there an argument for inducing all births at 37 weeks?
Controlled-crying techniques may help some babies sleep through the night, but for many exhausted new parents, it's just a recipe for more tears all round.
As people become more aware of these benefits, I hope more parents will practice this method, so we can cut down on nappies and improve baby bonding.
Aussie actress Emily Symons has announced she is pregnant with her first baby.
A little girl will grow up without her father after the fit and healthy 34-year-old passed away while doing something he had practised his whole life.
You could be doing yourself a disservice by encouraging your toddler to have an afternoon nap, according to new research.
We've compiled a guide to some of the most popular presents for newborns and new mums, and for christenings and naming days.
Actress Jaime King is pregnant with her second child, giving 16-month-old James a sibling.
The Abbott government should extend funding to nannies, and direct childcare payments to low and middle income families, a landmark study on childcare has found.
As many as one in two newborn babies suffer from skin irritations in their first few weeks. So what are the most common rashes and irritations to look out for?
Wall decals are the answer to creating a beautiful nursery or children's space without lifting a paint brush, a spirit level or even a hammer.
Three-year-old Cain Trainor headed off home after his first day at a new preschool without telling anyone.
In spite of being in an almost constant state of motion while looking after the kids and trying to keep things together at home, it can seem as though parents have managed to get nothing on the to-do list done by the end of the day.
The middle name is no longer an afterthought, and parents' inspiration comes from many places.
A new IVF scheme offers couples the chance to fall pregnant and give birth - or get their money back. But there's more to it than you might think.
A baby born still inside the amniotic sac gave US doctors a rare glimpse at life inside the womb.
Three years ago Jason Hughes viciously attacked his ex-partner. Now she has to write to him three times a year.
A West Australian woman will fight allegations that she scammed expectant mums by selling them fake ultrasound pictures of babies.
Got bored kids? Quickly find the best activities for kids wherever you are in Australia with the Essential Kids app.
Top 5 Articles
A Sydney mother who suffered brain damage when she was hit by a car while pushing her newborn baby in a pram has reached a confidential out-of-court settlement with the driver's insurance company.
A culturally sensitive midwifery service has gained the trust and respect of Aboriginal women.
Most mums-to-be plan to take things easy and perhaps have a little break from work as the birth of their baby draws near. Not Kate McCartney.
Announcing that you're expecting can be a time to express your creativity, sense of humour and imagination. Check out how other parents and parents-to-be have broken the news to friends and family.
Last week an un-retouched photo of model Cindy Crawford surfaced, showing the 48-year-old mother-of -two posing in underwear.
Thought your toddler could not love pancakes any more than they already do? How about if the breakfast treat came in the shape of every two-year-old's favourite cartoon character?
I thought I was never going to be able to have a successful pregnancy. I decided that I wasn't going to form an emotional attachment with this baby.
February 18 marks the start of one of the most prolific annual baby competitions in Australia: the Bonds Baby Search. And this year is going to be more special than ever.
This is not something that people like to talk about, but Facebook has announced that it will grant users more control over what happens to their pages after they die.
Mother of four Marie Holmes was financially struggling after quitting her jobs at Walmart and McDonald's in order to care for her children.
A first-time mother whose daughter died hours after her frightening birth insists she was never told of the risks of being obese and pregnant.
She has labelled parents who do not vaccinate their children "misinformed imbeciles" - and for that, she makes no apologies.
Are you one of those that know the whole IKEA catalogue by heart? Love their stuff but want to personalise it? Here's some inspiration to help you realise the potential of IKEA furniture and fittings.
I never thought I’d say this, but for a brief moment last week, Kim Kardashian and I had something in common: both our kids had public tantrums.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common female hormonal condition, affecting roughly one in 12 Australian women.
If doing it on your back is out, what's the best position for labour and birth?
With Valentine's Day coming up, Nat Gilbert could be forgiven for thinking her husband might be planning a surprise for her.
We usually only hear the success stories: tales of the two-year-old who’s talking, running and completely toilet trained. But other stories need to be told too.
Sarah Kiss has a word of advice for proud mums and dads who are keen to enter their babies in this year's Bonds Baby Search Competition - just have fun.
If your family needs to go to sleep school, go with them. You are part of that family and you are part of the solution.
A French court may have ruled out Nutella as a baby name, but that doesn't have to stop you from taking inspiration from the supermarket (or bottle shop). See what parents in the US have chosen for their delicious little ones.
Check out this range of products designed to help make your breastfeeding journey more enjoyable, manageable and convenient.
Win a KitchenAid Mixer
To celebrate, and to thank our amazing fans, we?re giving away a KitchenAid Artisan Tilt-Head Stand Mixer.