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Kinetic Sand Ice Cream Treats - £5 (Prime) £9.49 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Kinetic Sand Ice Cream Treats - £5 (Prime) £9.49 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 10th Jan

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  • Make your very own Ice Cream Treats with Kinetic Sand - the squeezable sand you can mould with your hands! Styles may vary. Ages 3+
  • The Ice Cream Treats playset comes with 6 tools and 10oz (283g) of Kinetic Sand
  • Kinetic Sand stimulates children’s creativity, easily cleans up and it sticks to itself, not to you!
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Obviously not for tiny kiddies,think after having 4 kids I'm aware what to give and what not
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Good for kids birthday pressies, invites are coming in already
dumb idea, how many kids will attempt to eat this?
Jen_Gordon10/01/2020 16:15

Good for kids birthday pressies, invites are coming in already



I've ordered a couple too.
credington10/01/2020 16:22

dumb idea, how many kids will attempt to eat this?


I agree extremely stupid idea.

Even I was confused trying to work out if there was an edible element to this... “make your own ice cream treats”
credington10/01/2020 16:22

dumb idea, how many kids will attempt to eat this?


Only 20 calories
Obviously not for tiny kiddies,think after having 4 kids I'm aware what to give and what not
deanwall10/01/2020 16:56

I agree extremely stupid idea. Even I was confused trying to work out if …I agree extremely stupid idea. Even I was confused trying to work out if there was an edible element to this... “make your own ice cream treats”


I guess you two use to eat your playdoh spaghetti.
deanwall10/01/2020 16:56

I agree extremely stupid idea. Even I was confused trying to work out if …I agree extremely stupid idea. Even I was confused trying to work out if there was an edible element to this... “make your own ice cream treats”


It's a good test to see if your kids are thick though, then you can reject them and leave them in a McDonald's with a note "Free to a good home, warning may try and eat the furniture!"
Edited by: "fishmaster" 10th Jan
deanwall10/01/2020 16:56

I agree extremely stupid idea. Even I was confused trying to work out if …I agree extremely stupid idea. Even I was confused trying to work out if there was an edible element to this... “make your own ice cream treats”


It’s not a stupid idea at all, Play Doh a similarly themed pack. If you’re worried your kids may eat this (it’s harmless) then you’d best avoid it and play doh too!
Ive given this to 2/3 year olds they never thought to eat it.
Most kids don't get enough treat and will end up eating this. The kids that have enough snacks and deserts won't attempt to eat this because they know where the storage is
credington10/01/2020 16:22

dumb idea, how many kids will attempt to eat this?


Or adults with the munchies
Do kids eat the plastic fruits etc and all of the food from the toy shop conveyors etc?! Stupid comments; why is everyone so PC beyond even comprehension!
If you're worried your kids might eat it, then supervise your kids while they play with it.
Thank you I'm sure my daughter will love it
ScorchingHot10/01/2020 20:43

Do kids eat the plastic fruits etc and all of the food from the toy shop …Do kids eat the plastic fruits etc and all of the food from the toy shop conveyors etc?! Stupid comments; why is everyone so PC beyond even comprehension!


Healthy debate imo
Edited by: "credington" 11th Jan
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