Come and Experience the First-Ever PLAY-DOH® Month Celebration!
Let Malaysia’s Colourful Community inspire your kids to create their best PLAY-DOH® sculptures and be part of The Malaysia Book of Records attempt!
Kuala Lumpur, September 14, 2015: A healthy imagination plays an important role in helping children learn, and for over 50 years, PLAY-DOH® has inspired young children to play, invent, experiment and sculpt their own unique creations.
That’s why the first-ever PLAY-DOH® Month is such exciting news!
From September 21 to 27 at Ground Floor HighStreet, 1 Utama, adults and children alike get the chance to create their own Malaysia-inspired masterpieces out of PLAY-DOH® – it can be anything you choose, be it sculptures or numbers and alphabets.
As you create and re-create, you also get the chance to participate in The Malaysia Book of Records attempt for the most PLAY-DOH® sculptures created in a single day on September 26 (Saturday), and a successful attempt will see your PLAY-DOH® creations on display for all Malaysians to admire, with the most creative sculptures winning exciting PLAY-DOH® prizes!
With PLAY-DOH® there’s really no limit to your imagination, and you can even work in teams or as a family to create something special by sharing ideas. As a tool to encourage learning and experimentation, it’s hard to beat PLAY-DOH® – through hands-on, structured play and encouragement children can learn many skills, from recognising shapes and colours to learning how colours mix and blend, and even social and intellectual skills such as collaboration and problem-solving.
You and your kids can get started to “Shape a Colourful Community” with some of these tips:
Step 1: Work as a team with your kids to imagine what everyone in the family think will best and most positively represent Malaysia. You can even draw your ideas out first using colourful marker pens, colour pencils, or crayons.
Step 2: Materialise your idea using PLAY-DOH® compound. Do experiment and encourage each other as you go along. You can combine the different colours and mix them well with fingers until they become a different colour, and use any other items you have ready in the house to press patterns and make various shapes with the compound.
Step 3: Watch as you and your children transition your flat design into a colourful 3D Malaysia-inspired masterpiece creation!
For more information and updates about PLAY-DOH® Month, be sure to visit the PLAY-DOH® website: www.playdoh.com.
So will you be joining this event? Am thinking of joining but...hmmmm...what shall I create? What is the best and most positively represent Malaysia?
Hmm.... My Cikgu gave me the Jalur Gemilang. Shall I build a 3D gigantic Jalur Gemilang? Cikgu told me that the 14 stripes and the 14 points on the star represent the 14 states in Malaysia. The star and the crescent moon also symbols that Islam is the National Religion here and the yellow are the colour for Royalty here. The unity of our people is represented by the blue canton while the equal width on the 14 stripes means that equal status in the federal government and the 13 members states.
But Mamarazzi asked me to built Hibiscus coz
- BELIEF IN GOD
- LOYALTY TO KING AND COUNTRY
- SUPREMACY OF THE CONSTITUTION
- RULES OF LAW
- COURTESY AND MORALITY
But....but....I like the Petronas Twin Towers. It made our country famous all over the world and visitors from all over the world come to visit Malaysia and to see the twin tower.
On second thought, I think I'll just submit this cup of truffles as what I think most represent Malaysia to me. Just like a cup of truffles, we are a colourful community that came from many backgrounds and religion. We live in this little glass cup called Malaysia in harmony and peace. Together we blended well and we are nice and sweet like truffles. You can never have too much of Malaysia.
Yes, this is what I think most represent Malaysia to me.