What is it
Have lots of fun with Mix Up Clay, the stretchy, bouncy, super soft slime clay. Mix your own designer colours (add as much or as little as you like) and then make all kinds of cool fun characters and designs. Just use your imagination.
The pack contains your air drying clay, along with four tints: red, yellow, blue and black. It’s everything you need to transform your white clay into amazing solid colours or marble effects. This is perfect for allowing imaginations to run wild!
As the clay is air drying, it is important to keep it in the zipper pack or an air-tight container between uses.
- Pack size: 23 x 17 cm (9.1 x 6.7 inches)
- Includes air drying clay and three colour tints
- Absolutely no mess
- Dries to set in six hours
- Creates unique shapes and colours
What our team of testers said
"Look, it's turning green if you mix yellow and blue." - Girl aged 8
"My monster is going to have 5 eyes." - Boy aged 5
- Aids creativity
- Develops fine motor control
- Explores colour mixing
What our experts think
Our testers and their parents loved this product! We tested it with a range of age ranges and they all had fun letting their imaginations run wild, and best of all – it’s mess free! It provides a great way to introduce children to colour mixing; some of them already knew how to mix colours and others found out through experimentation (which teaches trial and error learning). Our testers enjoyed making funny animals (they even added googly eyes to their creations), one of them also made a ball that could be bounced once the clay dried.
The children practised and gained different skills whilst playing: older ones explored colour mixing and constructed intricate designs which promotes imaginative skills and creativity, while younger ones strengthened their hand muscles through kneading and rolling out the clay, developing their fine motor control and hand-eye coordination.
- RRP: £4.99
- Brands: Alphabet Pie
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: .Toys
Arts, crafts & creative kits
- Types of skills developed: Art & design
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Fine motor skills
Physical & motor skills
Trial and error learning