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  1. I think it would be great to put the pumpkin fluff in a ziplock bag ( and taped the top of the bag) and they could use their fingers to trace shapes, numbers, letters, etc. inside the bag.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I love that idea!!

  2. Haven’t commented in a while. Just want you to know again how much I appreciate all your materials and ideas. I realy like the little books because they expose kids to information they might not have for years in very simple form. God bless your work. J

  3. David Desimone says:

    Wow! Great idea. My wife and my children usually use play doh and I think pumpkin is also a good idea. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Leroy Peterson says:

    Wow. thank you for sharing this great article. My children love to play with play doh and i think they will enjoy this too! And this is safer to use.

  5. I have replaced whipping cream or heavy cream in sensory recipes and it works great. You will have to whip the cream first then whip in the pumpkin. The cream does become curdled after playing for awhile from the warmth of the hands at play but you have plenty of time to enjoy.
    Canned creams break down too quickly. I have not tried “Cool Whip” type creams.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thanks for the suggestion and tips! 🙂

  6. Mrs. Voigt says:

    Would it work with Whipped cream? If so, then it would be edible.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Yes! I love that suggestion. I’m thinking it may be a little sticky, but I think that is a great way to make it edible. Thanks!

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