Play-Doh Town Road Worker Review (Hasbro)

Play-Doh Town Road Worker
What It Is

Hasbro's Play-Doh Town is a whole new way to play and create with Play-Doh. Through playsets and figures, this toy line is geared toward slightly older children in the 3–6 age range and offers lots of creative play and opportunities for imaginative storytelling. 

One of the sets is the Play-Doh Town Road Worker, which comes with a construction worker figure, a dog that doubles as an extruder, three cans of Play-Doh (orange, blue, and brown), a fire hydrant extruder, a jackhammer extruder, and a shovel. Kids can use the Play-Doh to make hair and a beard for the worker figure, as well as mold a wrench from his construction hat. Two additional molds can be found on the bottom of the figure's feet. Squeeze Play-Doh beams from the jackhammer and water from the hydrant. You can even make the dog “poop” Play-Doh. Use the shovel as a pooper scooper or to cut and squish the Play-Doh.

Is It Fun?
This is a really cute set with lots of things for kids to mold and build out of Play-Doh. It will especially appeal to kids who like construction vehicles and tools, and to any kid who thinks a dog pooping Play-Doh is hilarious.
Who It’s For
Play-Doh Town Road Worker is for ages 3 and up.
What To Be Aware Of

Play-Doh contains wheat.

Additional Play-Doh Town playsets are available and sold separately.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy