Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Let your child create mind-glowing creations with Sands Alive! Glow Starter Kit #HolidayGiftGuide

The featured product was provided free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% the opinion of the Coupon Savvy Sarah family.”


Rose really loves to be creative with many different mediums to create art so naturally the Sands Alive! Glow appealed to me for her to use her imagination with - plus it glows! One tip straight off the bat for you - make sure you take the sand out of the package and knead and pull it apart to breathe as the instructions on the box say to do. This will cut down on any disappointment from your child not being able to use it immediately straight out of the box.


Sands Alive! Glow Starter Kit Product Details:
 
Sands Alive! Glow is fun and easy to use. When you're ready to take your Sands Alive! to the next level, bring it into the dark and watch it magically come to life. Use the special Sands Alive! Glow tools (included) to doodle on the sand. Sands Alive!, the indoor no-mess play sand is bacteria-free, never dries out, and is flying off store shelves. It's fun to play with, stimulates creativity and is easy to sculpt, making it a great indoor and outdoor activity. This incredible sand now has an added element that is truly mind-glowing - you have the power to make it glow with Sands Alive! Glow. Recommended for ages 3+.

Photo courtesy of my daughter Rose (age 13)

Our Thoughts:

Rose had a lot of fun playing with this starter kit. As I mentioned above, make sure to remove the sand from the plastic bag before your child wants to play with it and fluff it up a few hours in advance. The sand is mess-free in that it is contained in the tray for your child to play in. It does stick a little to their hands after prolonged play but washes off easily. As you can see in the picture above that Rose took of her creation - she had fun pairing her other toys with this play-set almost like a little sandy playground!

Sands Alive! Glow is available in a Starter Pack in addition to other themed play-sets. You can purchase them at major retailers nationwide in addition to online at Amazon.


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20 comments:

  1. We have this and my kids can't get enough! I love the way the sand feels and that it isn't super messy. My kids love that they can mAke it glow!

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  2. We have this and my kids can't get enough! I love the way the sand feels and that it isn't super messy. My kids love that they can mAke it glow!

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  3. I don't have any children :)

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  4. My Grandkids would love this. Oh the things they could make.

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  5. This would be so cute for my nephew.

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  6. My child's favorite thing to build is elaborate sand castles.

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  7. My son loves building high buildings with his toys!

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  8. I know this sounds crazy! I would love the way this sand feels between your hands.

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  9. Fancy sand castles are our favorite.

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  10. Oh that looks like so much fun! Our favorite is sand castles!

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  11. My 19 & 22 year old daughters would even have fun with this. :)

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  12. amy guillaume lindermanDecember 7, 2015 at 7:54 PM

    this looks like alot of fun! never seen this before. my kids would love it

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  13. I think a huge sand castle would be a geeat thing to build. It looks fun.
    ellen beck

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  14. my daughter loves to build castles for her dolls

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  15. Marnie G (Derrick Todd)December 11, 2015 at 10:40 PM

    This looks awesome! I like things that let kids express their imagination. My son would love to build castles and mountains.

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