I couldn’t of gotten anything more fun for my kids!
They we’re so excited when this showed up, and can I blame them?
How cool is this 55 piece kit (+ A Galaxy Slime Egg and Googly Eyes)?!
Tidbits for ya:
- Slime supplies kit 55 Pack plus as a BONUS one GALAXY EGG and 10 GOOGLY EYES – This super fun, multipurpose slime supplies set comes with everything kids need to be creative, including fishbowl beads, foam balls, sugar papers, glitter shake jars, googly eyes and so much more!
- Mix and Match Supplies – This slime supplies kit offers universal fun for girls and boys ages 6 and up! Let them mix foam balls, sugar paper flakes, glitter, and more to create unique slime textures and colors all their own.
- Be Creative at Home and School – This slime set makes endless glitter, foam, and bright color and texture slime combinations perfect for helping kids feel creative and unique while providing hours of reusable fun they can do alone or together.
- Wide application – Great for making slime, vase filling, gift box filling , flower arrangements, DIY craft, home party wedding decoration and so on
- Guaranteed Satisfaction – Every slime supplies kit we make comes with 55 of the most essential tools, all backed by our fast, reliable service and unmatched quality assurance for a true risk-free purchase.
Seriously, this kit comes with everything you could ever want for your slime making needs!
The kit says 6+, but under my supervision, my one and three year old have used the goodies in this kit.
We made some the other day (as shown above) and plan on making tons more, as this kit seems like it will last forever!
And since we’re talking about it…
How To Make 3-Ingredient Slime Without Borax
Makes 2 cups, enough for 1 kid
What You Need
- 2(4-ounce) bottles washable school glue, such as Elmer’s (see note for variations)
- 1 to 2 drops liquid food coloring (optional)
- 1/4 cup glitter (optional)
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 2 to 3 tablespoons saline solution (i.e., contact lens solution), divided
- Measuring spoons
- Glass or plastic mixing bowl
- Mixing spoon
- Airtight container for storage
- Color the glue (optional): Pour the glue into a medium bowl. Stir in the food coloring and glitter, if desired. This mixture doesn’t need to be homogeneous, as you’ll mix it even more after adding the baking soda.
- Add the baking soda: Add the baking soda to the glue mixture and stir until smooth.
- Add the contact lens solution: Pour in 2 tablespoons of the contact lens solution and stir slowly. The mixture should begin to harden, becoming stringy.
- Mix until a ball forms: Continue mixing slowly until a ball of slime forms.
- Knead by hand: Pick up the slime and work between your two hands, until smooth. If the slime is particularly slimy, work in another 1/2 tablespoon of contact lens solution as needed.
- PLAYING WITH SLIME! Once mixed, you can play with the slime immediately or store for future play.
Now back to this kit – It runs for just $14.90 and can be found here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07F98YCGZ
I strongly encourage you to check this out if slime happens to be your thing!!