Magic Bouncy Balls - Create Your Own Power Balls Craft Kit for Kids - Makes Up To 43 Balls
Kiddie playtime science goes intergalactic!
Take your imaginative boys and girls on a planetary journey with this Magic Bouncy Ball Kit from Creative Kids. Our all-in-one starter set lets little ones create up to 43 individual power balls in every fabulous shade of the celestial rainbow. Part science experiment, part arts and crafts activity, the kit arrives with all the ingredients they need to make magic balls in minutes, including 25 bags of glow-in-the-dark and color crystal powder, 5 ball molds and easy step-by-step instructions.
Teach your toddler how to express creativity, follow directions and work together with friends as they fill and form a variety of colorful, bouncy playthings. Best of all, our bulk party packs make thoughtful Christmas gifts or birthday presents, so pick up a few for future projects! You’ll love seeing their faces light up with absolute excitement, so add some Magic Bouncy Balls to your cart today!
What You Get
- 1 x Magic Bouncy Balls set from Creative Kids
- 25 x packs of colorful powder crystals
- 5 x individual molds for group creation
- Make your own ball set for scientists in training!
Specs & Details
- Makes approximately 43 balls
- Net weight: 0.35oz (10g), total 7oz (200g)
- Conforms to ASTM D4236
- WARNING: choking hazard (small parts)
- Recommended ages 6+
How to Enjoy
- Follow the ball maker kit’s simple 3-step instructions
- Have kids assemble the molds and fill with powder
- Submerge in warm water to harden, remove and let rest 10 minutes
- Open up the mold and behold their glow-in-the-dark creations
- See them enjoy hours of creative play and bouncy bliss!
My daughter and I loved making these tonight! The directions are very simple and easy to follow. It comes with soooooooo much product and you can make so many different colour balls and different sizes. The balls actually bounce and not disintegrate immediately upon contact. The only downfall is it seemed no matter what we tried there was a little flat part at the opening if the container to add the crystals to make the balls
I like to include a group craft project during my kids’ parties. This was chosen for son’s 7th birthday. There were four kids and each kid was able to make at least two or three shapes. Molds snapped together fairly well and almost all except one was successful. The colors were bright and engaging. Each kid worked on a paper plate, which made clean up easier. There aren’t a lot of reasonably priced craft kits for older boys (besides slime), so this one really fit the bill for us.