Saturday, April 1, 2017

Educational Insights Playfoam Classic 4-Pack - Review and Giveaway

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If you've been reading my blog lately, you may have noticed that I've been working with Educational Insights, talking about their merchandise.  I reviewed Playfoam not too long ago, with the Shape & Learn Alphabet Set and now I'd like to talk to you about the Playfoam Classic 4-Pack.  Your little one can create shapes then squash it back down and start over without making a mess. Playfoam doesn't dry out, and is non-toxic.

Shapes and objects can be made using the little colorful Playfoam balls.  Playfoam's texture is soft and squishy.  It almost feels like little styrofoam balls.  I admit, I've played with it too!  It's actually kind of stress-relieving.  There's no big mess to clean up, and I don't have to freak out if some does get on the table or floor.


The Playfoam Classic 4-Pack comes with four small balls of Playfoam in green, purple, orange, and blue. Small thingamajigs can be created by shaping and smushing the Playfoam together.  Although Playfoam doesn't dry out, I have purchased little containers to put the separate colors in after use just so it can all be kept in one place.  Playfoam encourages creative play and works well for sensory learning.


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81 comments:

Sara Goodhind said...

My kids would create animals.

KV H said...

My nephew would create letters.

Deanna Allen said...

My kids would enjoy making bugs or monsters.

Peggy said...

She would make animals or flowers.

Lauren said...

My kids would make animals.

jakiesmom said...

She's turn it into a shopkins

Janice Crespo said...

Carter is big on building with clay and it is usually shapes - hearts and stars that he makes for Gammy and Mommy. He really is such a good, giving boy.

Kayla Klontz said...

I just asked my daughter what she would make and she told me she would make food with it, lol!

Jeanne Coulombe said...

My grandson would make a garage for his cars lol we always have to make a garage

Nancy said...

We might make shapes of our favorite animals.

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bison61 said...

my granddaughter would make some type of an animal

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Darlene said...

My grandson is 2 so maybe a snowman.

Stacey McCrary said...

buildings.

[Whatever U are, be a good one!] said...

My son would make a ball :)
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Julie Lynn Bickham said...

I'm sure my daughter would make a rainbow with these.

Margaret Appel said...

My grandniece would be making people to ride on her My Little Ponies or skirts for her Elsa doll.

Tabitha said...

She'd create food!
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Lindsay said...

My daughter would make animals with it. Probably a turtle since that is what she makes with her clay and dough!

Aleksandra Nearing said...

My daughter would love to make flowers with the products.

Jamie Williams said...

My daughter would try and make our animals.

Edye Nicole said...

Shapes such as hearts and squares.

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Sally Gearhart said...

My son would definitely make something to do with superheroes or dinosaurs. He has a big imagination so really it could be anything.

Rochel S said...

My son would love making the letters of his name!

abedabun dawn said...

She would use it to make letters with. Right now, we are using playdoh for that.

Angela Saver said...

I'd love to get the Design & Drill for my nephews!

LesleyfromWI said...

She would try to make a train out of it

slb3334 said...

she'd make little animals.

Ken Ohl said...

my little niece loves spelling her name now

Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

we would try to make a bunny for easter.

John Grandinetti said...

My so would try to make this into a space ship.

Renee said...

Oh this question is easy--she would make a mess! haha and probably some snakes and some pancakes.

msrodeobrat said...

My child would create a scene! Like a house with a tree and a sun
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clc408 said...

My nieces would probably shape fruits and vegetables.

Darcy Koch said...

My grandson would make a person and then say it was me.

Francine Anchondo said...

They would make animals.

tatertot374 said...

My daughters would make animals like a horse and pig.

Cortney Scott said...

Always wanted stuff like this as a kid, would love to playwith it with my children!

Arf2-D2 said...

I will create a welcome break for parents by gifting it to my nephew. LOL.

Schamp486 said...

Well...my granddaughter is 4 years old, so when we color or make stuff with playdoh, we usually make a snowman. It seems to be easy for her to do. She would LOVE this stuff! Heck, I would love playing with it! haha God bless and good luck everyone!

Jillian Too said...

He would love to shape animals.

Beth said...

I think they would make buildings.

alissa apel said...

For sure a cat and dog.

Misty said...

I think they would make animals.

Darlene Carbajal said...

My nephew will make shapes.

Kristen said...

She'd probably make it into animal shapes.

minibea12 said...

My grandson would shape a caterpillar!
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Heather! said...

My granddaughter might sculpt a car.

jennifer bowen said...

theres so much my kid chould make with this stuff she even make a star

Sue Hull said...

My niece likes to make beds for her barbies.I want to just squish it in my hands. Lol! Thank you for the chance 😀

Darby Elizabeth said...

I have a toddler, so he would probably just smack it around :)

Charlene S. said...

My son would make snake shapes.

DiHamel said...

My grandson would build dinosaurs with it,,,

mscoffee77 said...

My nephew would make abstract art!

stOOpidgErL said...

My Chloe Pearl would love to make some monsters!

Jeremy said...

Would make an animal.

Erin Madigan said...

He would definitely create some animals.

Shannon O'Neill said...

My son would create super heroes.

bbrittbrat1398 said...

My son would probably make a person or an animal out of it. Brittney House

Elizabeth Brooks said...

Lots of shapez

latanya t said...

my son would make ninja turtles

Teresa Thompson said...

My grandson would try his best to make a robot.

Renee Walters said...

My son would try to make a car out of it. He tries to turn everything into cars.

Rachel Grover said...

my son would love to win this!
he would create little people and animals :)
fingers crossed!

Robin Abrams said...

My grandkids would make shapes and animals out of this. They would love playing with this

Susan Smoaks said...

our daughter might make cars with the foam. she would have a blast.

Jennifer Herman said...

I would say a castle.

Leela said...

They'd make birds first i'm sure :)

John Herman said...

I would say a dragon.

cp said...

my son will make a jetski

imaclutz89 said...

My daughter would make a heart!

Debra Morey said...

This is an intriguing looking educational toy. My niece (6) would love this!

Erica C. said...

She'll just enjoy playing with it.

saturdaynightfever said...

A vase

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Janine h said...

My son would try to make a truck

Rachel Freer said...

My son would probably make a car or truck.

crystle tellerday said...

farm animals

Shayna Brookman said...

My daughter likes to pretend to make cakes :)

accontests6 a said...

A dog.

polly said...

I know my 3 year old grandson will make a dinosaur

Philip Lawrence said...

He would shape a bridge because he loves bridges.

Melissa said...

She'd build a rocket ship