My kids love playing with sand, puddy, play dough and to be honest- anything that makes a mess! I really do spend a lot of time and money picking out tons of sand and dough either off my table, carpet or even toys. I love to keep getting them different things such as these because it helps build hand/eye coordination and also stimulates the brain with imagination. I always give my son plastic silverware and my baking tools to see what fun stuff he comes up with. Morph was another new item that we got to introduce to the children, made by our favorite craft company- ORB Factory. At first I thought that Morph was going to be just another sand just like the Kinetic sands we already have. But its so different. To me, its like a putty AND a kinetic sand together. And so much fun to play with!
Morph, unlike sand wasn’t too “sandy” and flaky. And the more you worked with it, the more moldable it became. We were able to use my cookie cutters on Morph too. And the more you fold it around it will actually grow 3 times its original size to give you 3x what you started with! Remember back in the day (well for me it was the 80’s/90’s) that you could take the silly putty and copy things from paper to the putty? Well, you can actually do that with Morph too! Morph is one of the most unique toys I have had the pleasures of reviewing. You can bounce it, float it, shape it and ink it. Morph comes in 6 bright colors. I am completely ok with allowing my 2 year old to strengthen her brain, as Morph is non-toxic. My little tip. The makers of Fluff claims that to clean it up just to roll it into a ball and it will stick to itself… it does work! Kintetic sand claimed the same and it doesn’t work. So I felt the need to make sure moms and dads know that! Morph will make a great Easter Basket stuffer!
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