Its Slime Time!

It’s a liquid. It's a solid. It’s slime!

Kids will have fun learning about the properties of liquids and solids and get to make 3 types of ooey gooey slime to play with at home! Kids will use common household ingredients like glue and cornstarch to conduct their experiments, and use the scientific method to get the perfect consistency

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Its Slime Time!
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1 Your Guide

Alecyn Lea Learn more about me

I'm an artist, a speculative-fiction writer, tiny-home dweller, mediocre ukulele player, and a true believer that you can figure out how to make anything you can dream up. Most days, I can be found slinging some mud around on my pottery wheel and trying (and sometimes failing) to prevent my new puppy from chewing on absolutely everything. In addition to my degree in education, I have a bachelors of fine arts and I love volunteering at my local literacy organization! I speak a little German from my time living in Berlin (where I led a weekly STEM club for learners) and I believe every subject in school should be guided through the lens of Art.

I strive to live as sustainably and off-grid as I can. My big dream is to move into a tiny, off-grid, cabin in the forest to make pots all day, especially if I can have a couple of goats (maybe even tiny goats!)

2 Materials Needed

White or clear PVA glue, Contact lens solution, baking soda, water, corn starch, shaving cream, food colouring, 3 mixing bowls to make slime in, measuring cups, optional: glitter, plastic tablecloth and apron (we may get messy!)

3 Learning Focus

  • Communicating
  • Collaborating
  • Creative thinking
  • Critical & reflective thinking

4 Registration

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5 Best Suited For:

Stick figures of varying sizes waving

My age is between 5 - 10

Yellow and blue gear

All experience levels are welcome.

Child and mother stick figure standing

I can do this independently.

An open book

All reading levels are welcome.