DIY Holiday Slime Science Activity for Curious Kids

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Children love to create, explore science and they love to play. This activity meets all those needs. You can do this at home to spend quality time with your children in under 30 minutes. You can use it for your classroom and it provides something fun to take home and share with parents! This slime is low cost, easy to make with the kids and lots of fun!!

Holiday (or any day) Science Activity for kids - make your own slime @dapperhouse

Here is what you need:

  • liquid starch
  • clear school glue
  • themed confetti
  • water
  • mixing bowl

My son makes this at home for fun a lot because it is fast and fun.

How to make slime with your kids in under 30 minutes @dapperhouse

Here is his demonstration on how to make it at your home or school.

How to make holiday science slime with the kids @dapperhouse

In the bowl combine approx. 1 – 5 oz. container of school glue and 1/3 cup of water. mix together with a spoon or hands. Mix in the confetti. Then mix in  1/2 cup of liquid starch. This mixture will turn into a thick, oozy slime. You can add a little more or less water.

Making Holiday Slime with the kids for fun science and play @dapperhouse

Now have fun playing and experimenting with the texture! It can be played with so many ways!

So many fun ways to play with holiday slime #DIY #HowTo #science #kids #fun #activity @dapperhouse

You should double or triple the recipe for a classroom of more than ten children. You could move the kids into small groups and let them each make a smaller batch together!

How to make holiday slime with the kids for a fun activity and play jenny at dapperhouse

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5 thoughts on “DIY Holiday Slime Science Activity for Curious Kids

  1. We have experimented with a number of things in the kitchen, but never liquid starch! Checking Walmart’s website right now to see if they have it in stock!

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