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Gazz-It Foam Modeling Compounds


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$1.00 (Minimum qty: 24 units)
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$24.00 (24 units per case)
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Not for children under 3 yrs.

Tired of that activity dough drying out? Try Gazz-It!™ . Unlike modeling clay and activity dough, foam modeling compounds are super pliable and reusable time and time again without becoming dry and hard. Fun for preschools, art classes, day care centers, and for rainy days at home. Case includes 24 packs of Gazz-It!™ foam modeling compound, assorted among red, white, yellow, blue, purple, and multicolored.

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Gazz-It Foam Modeling Compounds 5 5 1 1
Awesome..but don't try to dig it out. Let me explain. This stuff is amazing but the packaging is strange. The modeling compound gets stuck in the cup so instead of trying to dig it out get a pair of scissors cut the container in half lengthwise and pull the sides apart to remove the modeling compound. December 9, 2012
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