Mixed-by-Me Thinking Putty review by Mama Smiles

MaryAnne says, “…every once in a while I discover a toy that both parents and children find irresistibly charming. Thinking Putty is one of these toys. Highly engaging in terms of both sight and touch, this toy provides an awesome creative sensory play experience for all ages. Especially when you design your own Thinking Putty using the Mixed by Me Putty that Timberdoodle sent us to test!” Read the rest of her review at Mama Smiles.

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Keeping Kids Focused with Thinking Putty by Thoughts from Her

Amanda says, “How can I explain Thinking Putty? Well, it’s a sticky, stretchy goo that you can stretch, roll, and play with in your hands. It actually helps you concentrate while mindlessly thumbing it through your fingers. Almost like a silly putty, but this one won’t dry out and doesn’t smell funny. I have to just say, that making this Thinking Putty with my son was so fun, both for him, and for ME! We both loved experimenting with different combinations in the kit.” Read the rest of her review at Thoughts From Her.

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Mixed by Me Thinking Putty Kit review at Timeless and Treasured

Heather says, “Thinking Putty is fun for all ages and has been around our home for years!  If you have a kinesthetic learner, or just a kiddo who likes to fidget and needs to keep her hands busy this is just the thing for you.  Plus making your own just makes it even better!” To read the rest of her review visit Timeless and Treasured.

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Mixed By Me Thinking Putty for Focus and Stress Relief by Embark on the Journey

Tara says, “One of the cool things we discovered is that thinking putty is a great tool for stress-relief… Em has had lots of medical issues over the past 18 months. This has caused her to have quite a bit of anxiety that she hasn’t had before. “She discovered that keeping some thinking putty in her purse has been great for her. When she starts to feel a little anxious and stressed, she pulls out her putty and starts squeezing and stretching it. It’s her own little stress ball!” Read more about Emma’s experience at Embark on the Journey.

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