I hate it when my kids leave the lids open on the play dough and other items. It has to go straight to the trash. We have already had a lid left off our Thinking Putty. This was even before I knew that it wasn't going to be ruined. Thinking Putty is silicone based, not clay or earth based like other modeling compounds. Thinking Putty will never dry out or crumble. Ya Ho! I love it.
Bug can't stay still she is always bouncing on her ball chair. I haven't found anything to do with those hands when I need her to listen. I seen Crazy Aaron's Thinking Putty in my Timberdoodle catalog and knew that I had to try it.
I got the heat sensitive hypercolor called “Chameleon.” Heat sensitive means that the putty changes colors from the warmth and cold from your hands. I also got the Electric Color-Lilac. Lilac mixes bright purple with silvery tendrils. They have a magnatic one! It acts as a magnet. How fun is that. That is the next one I want to get.
I now carry it in my purse for those days that we wait for all the therapy or yet another appointment. It will be a blessing next year when school starts and the brains are needed to pay attention.
The hands aren't sticky!
It doesn't stick to the tables either.
Bug is passing time for speech therapy to start!
Look at that tongue-such concentration.
Little Man was twisting it, ripping it, stretching it, and kept himself entertained for the hour wait for sissy to finish therapy.
Little Man told me, "Mom this is so much fun."