Play-Doh goes all Joe Wicks as TV presenter Rylan hosts must-do workshop for families this Christmas

Play-Doh has teamed up with Rylan Clark-Neal to celebrate its 65th anniversary and reveal its first ever Colour of the Year – “Nemesis Grey”.
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To mark the special occasion, Play-Doh will be running a live workshop – Play-Doh Presents: A Festive Doh-Along hosted by Rylan Clark-Neal - for parents and kids to get into the festive spirit on Sunday December 13th, 10-10.20am.

Joe Wicks became a household name during lockdown with his free workout videos for children and families.

Play-Doh is certainly a household name - indeed if you've ever had children in the house then you've had Play-Doh.

And now the company is hosting a free Christmas event that will be live on Facebook. All readers and their children need to do is come with plenty of Play-Doh, roll their sleeves up and get stuck in as Play-Doh experts will show different ways to make fun festive shapes and makes for a dose of Sunday morning fun.

Given 43% of UK parents their little ones to get the Play-Doh out of the cupboard each week, according to a survey of 1,000 UK parents of children aged 1-10, we’ve no doubt many will be waking up to freshly packaged Doh in their stockings on Christmas morning.

With research found that 53% of parents believe they now spend more time playing with their children than they did before the first lockdown in March, this festive Doh-Along could be the perfect activity to see in the festive season.

To learn more about Play-Doh’s first ‘Colour of the Year’ and what will be in store for the virtual event, you can watch the hilarious Mockumentary featuring former X Factor star turned TV presenter Rylan in the video.

It will be hosted by TV star RylanIt will be hosted by TV star Rylan
It will be hosted by TV star Rylan

The new Colour of the Year marks the Play-Doh brand celebrating its 65th anniversary and comes as new research reveals a quarter of parents (26%) admit they never let their kids mix up their Play-Doh colours because of the grey colour it creates.

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