Little Alchemy: Ways to Create Sand

Little Alchemy is one of the most popular online games, with millions of players creating new elements by combining other elements, whether it’s in their browser or on their mobile device. But what many players don’t know about is that there are different ways to create the element Sand in Little Alchemy. Here’s how to do it!

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Another way to create sand in Little Alchemy is the Water+Air combination. The resulting mixture will have a white, clumpy appearance and can be turned into sand by adding more Earth elements. If you’re feeling more adventurous, try adding Fire or Lightning ingredients instead of Air. Remember that you don’t need to add an element to every ingredient combination! There are so many other combinations to explore, like Water+Earth for clay, for example.

Experiment with Other Elements

There are plenty of different ways you can create Sand in Little Alchemy. Try each of these combinations below and see what kind of results you get! If this is your first time playing Little Alchemist, we suggest trying water or earth before moving on to the others. You’ll find that these less familiar substances are a bit harder to handle than some people might expect.

Sulfur + Salt = the Mercury Vaporizer+ Rock combo isn’t available in AYA.

Turn Rocks Into Glass and Then Into Sand

There are a number of ways that you can create sand in Little Alchemy. First, you could use rocks and turn them into glass. Once they are glass, turn them into sand. Alternatively, one could start with soil, which can be turned into dirt or sand depending on the type of clay used. The final way to make sand is by turning wet earth into dry earth, then sand. Be warned though, once it becomes dry, it cannot be changed back.

If All Else Fails, Use A Converter To Get The Required Element

If there is no fire element on the Little Alchemy grid, the player can use a converter to turn something else into fire element. This can be done by clicking CTRL+R or by selecting the converter from the game menu. The default material for a converter is water, which will become fire element if it comes in contact with any other element.

However, any other material can also be converted into an element when it touches the ground of Little Alchemy. Simply drag and drop an object onto the sand square on the grid. For example, using ice instead of water will create cold/water element; using copper ore instead of copper ingot will create earth/copper ore; using sugar cane instead of sugar will create air/sugar cane; and so forth.


The purpose of this blog post was to help you understand the differences between the three ways in which you can create sand in Little Alchemy. These differences are based on the kind of materials that are used, as well as the rarity of these materials. It also gives an idea as to how much time will be spent creating each option, depending on how lucky you are with your different items. Ultimately, it is up to you and what you want out of a playthrough when deciding what method would work best for your specific needs.

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