Fizzy Slime and Goo Playdate with Recipes

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fizzy slimeYou can find the recipe for my Fizzy Bubbling Dinosaur Slime here

Wonderfully Scented Moon Sand

I used one cup of baking soda t0 1-2 packets of koolaid. I also added some washable liquid watercolors to give these a deeper color. Super easy just mix it all together
then add water 1 tbs at a time till you get the right consistency. You want to be able to mold these. When you are all done playing with these add some viniegar and watch the reaction as it bubbles and fizzes.
One of my favorite things to make is Clean Mud
click on the above link for my super easy recipe. I almost garuntee you will have all the ingredients already in your house.

We microwave our ivory soap instead of grating it because it is super fun and an experiment all unto itself.

  • Cook the bar of soap on HIGH for 2 minutes. Don’t take your eyes off the bar of soap as it begins to expand and erupt into beautiful puffy clouds. Be careful not to overcook your soap souffle.
  • Allow the soap to cool for a minute or so before touching it.
  • Only cook one bar at a time
I also made some of my Gel Goop
I just colored it with some liquid washable water colors
I also made some of my Borax Slime
I added some chunky glitter to it
And some of my stretchy slime using clear school glue and liquid water colors
We also made small color explosion volcanos.
Click the above link for step by step with lots of pictures instructions on how to do this fun experiment
Above is some Oobleck.
All you need is corn starch and water food coloring is optional.Recipe:
– 1 cup water
– 1.5-2 cups corn starch
– a few drops of food coloring of your choice

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