Tactile Sensory Integration
The Acornkids Soap Putty provides a wonderful tactile experience while moulding into a shape and/or cutting shapes.
Creative Play and Imagination
Encourage creativity by making putty creatures to play with and tell stories.
Can be used to teach colour, left and right hand body parts e.g. wash with the blue on your right leg and the yellow on your left hand
The Puffy Body Paint Soap may be used for a number of bath.
Use on wet or dry skin.
Replace the lid securely or the paint will dry out.
To remove colour from skin, use warm water, either with a cloth or rubbing with hands.
Can also use on tiles or bath, but colours will be lighter.
If it has dried in the container, add a little water to soften. The paint will be slightly lumpy and the colours will fade.
Paint that dries smudged or smeared on bath or tiles washes off easily later.
If your child does not fully wash the puffy paint off their body, or a lot of the product has been dispersed into the bath, a slight whitish residue may remain on the skin. This is easy to remove with warm water at any stage.
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