And why?
  1. Legos cause I never got sick from eating them
    Suggested by @chrisgill
  2. Play-Doh because it smells so goooood
    Suggested by @bookishclaire
  3. LEGO 💯
    Suggested by @element75
  4. Play-doh, because you aren't restricted to building things shaped like quadrilaterals.
    Suggested by @haleyhendrick
  5. Play-doh, because so many color options. Also a major stress reliever!
    Suggested by @sky
  6. Legos
    Because they don't dry out and get crumbly
    Suggested by @brrosenau
  7. Legos because I have always had a weird aversion to Play-Doh, even as a kid. Gross.
    Suggested by @kaitmaree
  8. Legos, because they last longer, aren't as messy, and you can justify playing with them for more years (if I was an architect I'd decorate my office with Lego creations)
    Suggested by @LizDawson
  9. Play-Doh because it doesn't hurt when you accidentally step on it
    Suggested by @ellasabo
  10. Legos.
    Because when a toddler plays with playdoh it somehow gets little colorful "crumbs" all over the place.
    Suggested by @aakraus
  11. Lego. In my experience, Lego play often lasts for at least an hour with no grown up intervention. Lots of building, taking apart, storytelling. Play Doh play is 30 minutes max--it dries out kinda quickly, there are requests to help clean out the tools, and clean up is a pain.
    Suggested by @ladyprofessor
  12. Lego
    I wanted to be a rebel and refuse to choose, but Lego win out because you can make multi-colored things and still have discrete colors forever.
    Suggested by @nelle
  13. Lego
    I can hurt my enemies when they step on it
    Suggested by @r_hynes_
  14. Play-Doh
    It's fun to squish, it's more flexible in its uses, and it entertains my kids for at least an hour at a time. Plus, the smell of course.
    Suggested by @DG
  15. Play-doh, more room for creativity
    Suggested by @racheltabb
  16. LEGO
    Because LEGO's last forever. You can hand it down from generation to generation and it will still be as good as new.
    Suggested by @DanielaM
  17. Play-doh, because it tastes good and isn't so tedious.
    Suggested by @moonjockey
  18. Lego. Following instructions and not following instructions were as fun as the other
    Suggested by @dcerruti