No matter what type of slime you are making you'll always start with the basic steps of mixing together equal parts glue and water using the included measuring cup. Then simply add the necessary additives to customize your slime. So for example we had to add one spoonful of colorant to the bowl and about 1/3 of foam beads for a colorful foamy, crunchy slime. That's the first part of the formula, the second part requires a second bowl, which you'll use to mix 2 spoonfuls of the slime-making powder and 15 milliliters of hot water together. We definitely suggest adult supervision for mixing this step since the water needs to be hot. Once the powder is completely dissolved, mix it together with the first bowl until it thickens into your perfect slimy consistency. Overall, we loved how easy this was to do and that it really takes a lot of the guess work and potential dangers of slime-making at home out of the equation.
The Nickelodeon Slime Super Slimy kit from Cra-Z-Art is for ages 6 and up. This slime kit works great as both an intro to slime making as well as an expansive kit for kids looking to make a lot of slime varieties. If you've got a little mad scientist in the making or some one you can't away from the craft table--this might be the craft activity kit for them.
All the slime-making supplies are included, but if you require more additional Nickelodeon Slime kits and additional supplies are sold separately. Check them all out here.
Make sure you are using room temperature (read: lukewarm) water for the first step in the process. If the water is too cold, the glue won't mix properly. This step is key to getting the right consistency for your slime!
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