One of the joys of childhood is some of the gross toys you can get and play with. And now, our friends at Wubble have come up with some pretty great (and a bit gross) new toys with their new Wubble Fulla balls! Don’t worry, they’re not messy at all, but they’re extremely durable and may be just what you’re looking for to allow your kids to play with slime and not make a mess all over the house.
The new Wubble Fulla Slime and Wubble Fulla Marbles are the latest in the durable, stretchable balls that we know and love. But instead of inflatable balls this time they’re already filled with goodies like a bright lime green slime or fun gel filled marbles. That means you can toss them, stretch them and squash them and the filling stays inside.
When we first opened the Wubble Fulla Slime we were shocked at the bright green slime inside the ball that awaited us. It reminded me 80’s era slime that we’re use to seeing in old Nickelodeon shows and feeling the Wubble giggle was awesome. Both the Wubble Fulla Slime and Wubble Fulla Marbles do feel a bit sticky when you take them out of the package and with some play this will fade away. It does mean however it will pick up some lint and dirt as they are played with. To remove the dirt or dust, just run the Wubble Fulla under some cool water and let them air dry and they’ll be good as new.
As fun as the Wubble Fulla balls are, I absolutely love the tactile nature of the toy. They could be great sensory toys for kids that need them – and don’t make noises! With a variety of sizes, the Wubble Fullas can be great to have on the go, to play with at home or to have stashed in the car to keep the kids entertained.
Wubble Fulla Slime and Wubble Fulla Marbles are recommended for children ages 6 and up and retail for $14.99 (Huge), $9.99 (Big) and $7.99 (Tiny). A combo set is currently available at www.WubbleBall.com, which includes two Huge Wubble Fullas (one of each) for $19.99, plus $8.99 shipping and handling. The balls are coming soon to Target, Toys R Us and Walgreens.
Check out the Wubble Fulla in action: