When it comes to my granddaughter, my husband and I have a system. He gives something to make her feel or look nice and I give something fun.
For over a year my granddaughter has been asking everybody for the Play Doh Doctor Drill and Fill. For the life of my I can’t understand the attraction. It is probably what my parents thought when I had to have the Play Doh Fuzzy Pumper Barber and Beauty Shop set back in the 70’s.
The reaction was exactly what I expected, “It’s what I always wanted!” She really really really wanted the Drill and Fill set.
It was simple enough for a 6 year old to completely assemble without reading instructions. Nor did it require adult intervention.
First she and her friends made all the teeth using the teeth mold on Drill and Fill toy.
Next she Drill and Fill ed several of the teeth!
She keeps checking her own teeth because she wants to tooth fairy to visit. How could she resist using the tweezers to remove a few?
She knew where to put Play Doh to squeeze out a tongue. I didn’t realize it did that, but she was on top of it.
Her friends thought brushing the teeth was important.
I can not think of one problem or negative to the Play Doh Doctor Drill and Fill. It worked as advertised. It was simple enough for kids 6 and under to put together and play with. I am going to call this a Win!