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With 36 different colors of Play-Doh modeling compound to play with, this is a case of creative possibilities. It’s a rainbow-colored assortment of non-toxic Play-Doh fun that lets you create just about anything you can imagine. Press, squish, roll, squeeze, and shape – with Play-Doh modeling compound, the only limit is your imagination. Play-Doh compound is non-toxic, non-irritating and non-allergenic except as noted: Children who are allergic to wheat gluten may have an allergic reaction to this product. Also, due to the high salt content in Play-Doh compound, the product can be harmful to pets if ingested. Play-Doh and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.

Customer Reviews

Toddler Staple

 on March 12, 2015
By Dionne H.
Great value at $16. Months of fun for a small investment. My 2.5 year old loves his play-doh (and mom is a big fan too). Cans are not full sized but approximately 2/3 the size of a regular can. I will attempt to attach photos so that you can see the comparisons of both the containers and contents.


 on April 5, 2017
By BrandieP
I set my expectations slightly lower because of some of the low reviews, but I am very satisfied with my purchase. Four cans were duplicates and a few others were awfully close in color but not quite the same. I did not receive a basic red (although there are two shades of fluorescent red), but the orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet look great. As you can see in the attached photo, there is also nearly every color in between. All are nice and soft; none were bad. The colors in the photo are pretty close to true, but I couldn’t get it exactly right. The bright pink next to the fluorescent red actually has more of a redish shade. Moving clockwise, the bright reds are actually three different shades. The lower one ( with a duplicate) is slightly darker and the upper one is more orange, with the middle one pretty much in between. The bright yellow near the top has a tinge of green and the truer yellow to the left is a bit brighter than the photo shows. The light yellow next to the white is more of a neutral color than yellow, even though it looks pastel here. The rest are pretty spot on.

Great Price, Perfect Size, Tons of Colors

 on January 29, 2015
By DocMom2Four
I ordered the Mega Pack of 36 containers, choosing the “frustration free” packing for $19. The cans are 3 ounces each, which works out to about 18¢ an ounce–a great deal, in my opinion. The “standard” Play Doh can size is 5 ounces. I’ve posted photos so that you can see the difference in size. These are easier for my little ones to hold and open. I let them choose two or three colors at a time, and then there are plenty left for months to come. If the dough dries out, just add about a teaspoon of water to the container and let it sit for a couple days. Another reviewer lamented that many of the colors are similar, or that there are not equal numbers of each color. The box states that color selection may vary, and I don’t see that as a problem at all. Just don’t take the advertising photo literally–you may get a different mix of colors, but you will get many different kinds nonetheless. This sure beats searching for Play Doh at the store and then paying way too much for a couple cans.

Love these

 on January 25, 2017
By Jason Brindamour
I got this for my girlfriend who is 34 years old. She loved this more than any gift I got her. The amount of colors was very impressive and she really likes them. The box contained very fresh plastic cans of the product like it was made yesterday, the lids were very tight and she really loves the brand new Play Doh smell…LOL.

A hit as a Halloween hand-out!

 on November 4, 2017
By S. Lionel
I handed these out to younger kids for Halloween and they were a hit. One boy said, “My Dad hates Play-Doh so this is great!” I saw that there was a Halloween-themed assortment of smaller containers, but this one is the better value (and more interesting, I thought.) I didn’t get through all of them (we don’t get a lot of kids trick-or-treating), so I have some for next year.

Did Formula Change?

 on February 18, 2018
By MommaB
There’s not a lot that can be said about Play-Doh that everyone doesn’t already know. That being said, let’s focus on price, duration, size, and color!

A donation to Kindergarten

 on December 2, 2016
By Mom of 2
I purchased these as a donation for my daughter’s kindergarten class. They arrived in excellent condition with a wide variety of colors. The only very minor downside is there are slightly smaller than the product I purchased at a local store. To me this wasn’t worth removing a star because the seller has kept the price low which I appreciate alot! Under $1 per container is the only way to be able to afford to donate this and I could happier that I did. Her teacher made sure to give me a personal thank you for it and that made my day! Excellent product with the quality we all expect at the price I can afford to pay.


 on November 13, 2016
By Kristin
Amazing bundle! This was a great deal, money wise. I have a lot hand problems, and have broken it and my wrist a bunch of times, so I play with clay or playdoh products which are my favorite once a day, if I remember. Walmart only ever has just one jar at a time at their store, and I needed a lot of these to bring to church as well for the classes, and this was a great deal! It came within two days or so I believe, and I didn’t pay a cent for shipping even though it was so heavy! Part of me was worrying that the “hassle free” shipping meant that they took the play doh out and put it in sandwich bags for some stupid reason, which was not the case.They were all in their jars

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