Slime is so much fun to play with. It’s squishy, slimy, and super-sensory! Slime is also science, so introduce slime as a play activity and sneak in a chemistry lesson, too. This is a great hands-on experiment that lets kids be messy. And kids love messy!
Learn how to make slime with our Slime Expert, Becca Grae, a high school student: youtu.be/ZBTJqj1Fcrw. Becca is a 9th grader at deToledo High School. She LOVES kids, tap dancing, volleyball, swimming in the ocean, and animals.
- Explore Why Kids Should Play with Slime: babbledabbledo.com/dont-ban-it-5-reasons-kids-should-play-with-slime/
- Slime science with a little history, re-create toy insects in Amber slime to “fossilize” them. Great for those who love dinosaurs! carnegiemnh.org/create-slime-fossilized-bugs/
- 10 More Slime Learning Activities: https://lifeovercs.com/10-educational-slime-ideas/
Did you know that Becca attends My PlayClub to help kids make slime at our play dates? She and her family donate all the supplies and love sharing this scientific sensory play activity with kids of all abilities. Learn more at inclusionmatters.org.
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