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  • Christin DeVries

    I'm making these. Maybe we can have a big fun party for kids and adults this summer. Play with these Sponge Balls instead of water balloons on a hot summer day! All day fun for the kiddos

  • tammy little

    Summer fun idea----Great for a game of tag on a scorching hot day, squishy sponge balls are summer's alternative to snowballs. Made from kitchen sponges that are cut up and tied together, they last longer than water balloons and are softer and splashier than regular balls. Best of all, after tossing them around, the kids will be as clean as the kitchen dishes.

  • Airyn Wendorf

    water play with sponge balls (instead of water balloons)

  • Charmaine Baclig

    Play with sponge balls (instead of water balloons) water fun day? I wonder if it will hurt on impact...

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