This bouncing, stretching phenomenon can be squeezed, kneaded, snapped, stretched, and popped.
Thinking Putty builds hand and finger strength through a fabulous tactile play experience with unique, unexpected properties and provides relaxing, yet stimulating interaction for children with ADHD, Autism, Fragile-X and other sensory integration issues.
Crazy Aaron's Thinking Putty:
- Is gluten and latex free
- Never dries out
- Has no bad smell
- Is easily removed from solid surfaces
- Isn't goopy
- Is made of non-toxic silicone
- Is made in the USA
Amber is tree sap that’s been fossilized over eons. Oftentimes, this fossilized resin includes insects, such as ancient ants, flies, or mosquitoes that lived millions of years ago. The allure of amber has to do with its timelessness but also its pretty glow, which is attributable to the stone’s phosphorescent properties.
Just like the rare white version of the stone, Amber Thinking Putty starts out white and glows like the golden version in the dark.
Amethyst is a semi-precious purple quartz that has been popular since primitive times. It is a secret beauty only found inside geodes and has a long association with mystic powers.The natural color of amethyst ranges from a light violet pink to a deep reddish purple. Experience every hue with Amethyst Blush Thinking Putty. It starts out as a lovely dark lavender and becomes pretty in pink with just the heat of your hands.
The idea of an aura surrounding living things has been around for centuries. In modern times we have discovered the combination of living objects and electricity can create an unseen world of shadows and violet light. This is an aura which can be captured on film.
Connect to your invisible energy with Aura Thinking Putty. White by day, it glows a mystical purple at night to help tap into your creative potential.
One of the most adaptable animals in all of nature, the chameleon is a small lizard that has lived on Earth for millions of years. It has a prehensile tail, eyes that rotate independently and an amazing ability to change its color to match its surroundings.
When you need to adapt, reach for Chameleon Thinking Putty. It changes from a lush, tropical green into a bright fluorescent yellow right before your eyes.
Atoms are the particles from which everything in the physical world is made. When an atom interacts with a physical force like heat or electricity, it becomes an ion. Ions have positive or negative charges and are always looking to become neutral again. This is why the filaments of a plasma ball always move towards your hand.
Need to find your balance? Try Ion Thinking Putty. It’s white in daylight and glows a beautiful turquoise hue to help you find your center in the dark.
Krypton is a noble gas that prefers to stand on its own and rarely plays with others. When stimulated with electricity, this natural element glows brightly and reliably.
From light sabers to kryptonite, Krypton’s unique green spectra have inspired many pop culture and sci-fi favorites, including our own Krypton Thinking Putty! White by day, this putty glows the signature green in the dark.
Known for its bright red-orange hue, neon is actually a colorless noble gas. It needs a flash of inspiration (in the form of electricity) to get it glowing.
Spark some great ideas with Neon Flash Thinking Putty. Exceptionally bright and inspiring, it’s sure to help you keep an open mind.
Musca Domestica (commonly known as a housefly) has thousands of individual visual receptors called ommatidia. These receptors create what is known as a compound eye, which is capable of an almost 360-degree view and incredibly speedy sight.
Named for the creature with the fastest vision in the world, Super Fly Thinking Putty will put your eyes to the test! Shimmering tones of metallic green and black give way to gray and silver, just like the body of a common fly. But look again and you’ll see tones of peach, mauve, and pink refracting off of its pearly sheen.
When geothermal energy heats rock deep within the Earth, the molten result is called lava. Lava takes many forms, but the most well known erupts from a volcano or fissure in the surface of a planet.The color of lava depends on its temperature and will shift shades as it cools. Bright orange gives way to crimson copper. A dark, brownish red fades to black as the lava shifts from a liquid to solid. Experience this amazing color shift for yourself with Super Lava Thinking Putty.
SUPER OIL SLICK
Everyone knows that oil and water do not mix. Yet when they do, what is known as an oil slick appears. An oil slick creates a colorful layer of oil that floats on the surface of water. This layer is highly reflective due to the light wave interference between oil, air, and water.
This undulating refractive index makes for shifting colors that move and change with light. You will see the same effect in Super Oil Slick—an extremely popular Thinking Putty color that is downright mesmerizing.