Slick Sand from DuneCraft.com- change the way you play with sand!

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DuneCraft.com sent us some of their Slick Sand. Instant hit to say the least. We are always looking for new things to put into our “water table” which really functions more as a sensory table- we’ve done all kinds of different activities in it- right now, its up on our screen porch filled with mini diggers, shovels, sand rakes and sifters, and Slick Sand.

What’s so cool about Slick Sand? Well, it doesn’t get wet. When you pour water with it, the water sits atop the sand, and doesn’t soak it. So when you want to make a ‘river’ and you pour water into a ‘road’ of sand…the water sits atop. Its really cool and just a whole new spin on sand play. I like it too because you can sweep it up, pop it into its bucket, and save it for another day when you decide to change things up.

Slick Sand is also non toxic, which makes me happy as a mom.  I love playing in this sand- with or without the kids!!
DuneCraft.com offers many different educational and fun products- science and nature being the basic theme. Check them out- you won’t be sorry!

I received a sample of this product to facilitate my review. Opinions expressed within are my own. [ad#glam between posts]

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About the author: I’m a 30-something mom to three, brand ambassador. content creator, social media maven, blogger extraordinaire, earth lover, butcher, baker, candlestick maker (or something along those lines) – love word games, crafting, cake decorating or shooting pictures.

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  • I saw this the other day and wasn’t quite sure what it was about, but I’m glad I read your review! I’m a little worried about messes though :P And I’ve heard you can make your own “moon sand” type stuff (you could google it).

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    • LOL thats why things go in the sand/water/sensory table OUTSIDE.

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  • sounds like fun!

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