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Floof Polar Babies Review by Leslie Talley

Play Visions
19180 144th Avenue NE
Woodinville, WA 98072
http://www.playvisions.com

The Floof Polar Babies by Play Visions is a type of modeling clay that does not dry out and is lighter than air. Included in the Floof Polar Babies bucket, which has an air-tight lid, is 120 grams of Floof, a paw print roller and three 3-D animal molds. The animal molds include a penguin, polar bear and wolf. It is a complete product but other buckets can be purchased separately. Some buckets include other molds and some buckets just contain more Floof.

Floof is a great sensory product because the compound is easy to mold and has a soft and smooth texture. It cleans up easily and is non-toxic. The product is best suited for children 3 and older. If the Floof gets wet it melts away so making sure the area is dry is very important.

We enjoy playing with the Floof. My children enjoyed using the animal molds as well as putting their own animal figurines on the different snow scenes that they created. It would be nice to have a mat or tray included with the bucket.

I would recommend this product. It is especially useful for children who may not be strong enough for harder clay or for those with sensory processing disorders. I would buy this product.

 

—Product review by Leslie Talley, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, LLC, October, 2016

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