Join us for a week of fun and imagination with PLAY-DOH Kitchen Creations Workshops held from 13th – 18th March 2017 at Parkway Parade! From sculpting ingredients to creating an entire dish, your children will unleash their inner cooking talent!

As a finale, your child stands a chance to compete in the PLAY-DOH Chef Junior Competition on 19th March, whipping up “delicious” masterpieces with only one ingredient needed – creativity! Attractive prizes include a family trip to Bali, mall vouchers and PLAY-DOH hampers!

Date: 13 to 19 March 2017
Venue: Parkway Parade, Basement Atrium
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Key Activities:

PLAY-DOH Workshops
Date: 13 to 18 March 2017
Time: Mon-Fri 2pm 9pm | Sat: 12pm – 9pm (45 minute workshop held every hour)

Details:
Participate in a PLAY-DOH workshop by simply spending a minimum of $50 at Parkway Parade. Workshops for children of age 3 – 10 years old only.

*Max 2 same-day combined receipts. Limited slots available for each session. Registration on first-come-first-serve basis.
*Schedules of workshops are subject to change without prior notice

PLAY-DOH Kitchen Chef Junior Competition
Date: 19 March 2017
Time: 12.30pm – 2pm (7 – 9 Years Old Category) | 2.30pm – 4pm (3 – 6 Years Old Category) | 5pm (Announcement of results)

Details:
The best creation of each day will battle it out at the Kitchen Chef Junior Competition. Prizes such as a trip to Bali for a family of four, mall vouchers and Play-Doh hampers are waiting to be won!

Other Fringe Activities:
Details:

  • Take a photo of your child’s creation and post on Facebook, Instagram and hashtag #PlayDohChefJunior #PlayDohKitchenCreations
  • Users’ Instagram or Facebook accounts must be made public to stand a chance to win
  • Three winners will be chosen

*This event is only for children aged 3 – 10 years old


Kitchen Creations: Food creations your child dreams of now come to life

Play-Doh Sizzlin' Stovetop

Every parent knows: the easiest way to steer your child away from a gadget is something colourful, messy and fun! PLAY-DOH has been a champion of creativity for years, providing the right mix of education and play time for our little ones. There’s even a word for it – playducation!

What we adore is the developmental value that comes along with these little pots of delight. It is quite something to see your child showcase uninhibited creativity as he rolls, cuts, and shapes his way through rainbow colours.

There’s reason for celebration as more tools for creativity head our way. Adding to the current wide variety of PLAY-DOH sets, the PLAY-DOH Kitchen Creations is a newly launched range that offers endless imagination for your budding chef.

An all-time favourite for kids, this new range is bound to pique your kid’s curiosity and engage them in a whole new world of culinary creativity.

Additionally, the PLAY-DOH Kitchen Creations playsets score brownie points for bringing parents and kids together for some quality bonding – They can have some fun moulding PLAY-DOH together.

So what are you waiting for? Get your child to work their imagination creating all kinds of food from breakfast, pasta, burgers to even ice-cream and cakes – it’s an all in one creative bonanza!

“The new range of PLAY-DOH Kitchen Creations encourages innovation and challenges young children to think out of the box – what else can they create using PLAY-DOH with their own bare hands?” said Melodie Hoo, Brand Manager for PLAY-DOH, Singapore “Also, don’t forget to join us for the PLAY-DOH Kitchen Creations workshops at Parkway Parade from 13th to 18th March for an enriching time of fun and learning together!”

Share the love to win!

Throughout the workshop week, all you need to do to win is:

  1. Take a photo of your child’s creation and post it on Instagram/Facebook and hashtag #PlayDohChefJunior #PlayDohKitchenCreations
  2.  Ensure that your Instagram/Facebook account is public.

Three lucky winners will walk away with a $150 Play-Doh Hamper!


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