Kids can mix, and make different types of ooey gooey slime with the Nickelodeon Slime Super Slime Studio from Cra-Z-Art. It was designed for kids ages 6 and up, and includes a slime making machine and base, two bottles of white glue, one bottle of clear glue, two bottles of slime activator, six pots of color, three vials of glitter, a bag of confetti glitter, a bag of plastic beads, a sheet of stickers, four cups with lids, a measuring cup, six slime sticks, a spoon, and step by step instructions. We found the instructions easy to follow. Kids can make Mermaid, Glitter, Party, Unicorn, Rainbow, and Crunchy slime. We made Confetti slime. Here are the steps: Open the mixer, and put the crank top aside. Next, measure 15 ml of clear glue and pour it in the mixer. Then add 25 ml of room temperature water. Add the pack of confetti glitter to the mixture. Then blend all of that together using the crank. Once it's blended, add 5 ml of the slime activator solution by pouring it into the opening at the top of the crank. Slowly turn the crank again until it's all absorbed into the slime. You may need to use the slime stick to scrape the slime from the edges throughout this process. When it's all done, untwist the bottom of the mixer, and pull the slime out. Now it's time to play. Knead it, roll it, and stretch it, and it will become less sticky, and ready to show off to friends. This is a great set for kids who are already into making slime, and want to try some new styles. It's also a great starter kit for beginner slime makers.
Nickelodeon is the originator of green slime so who better to be associated with the ultimate slime studio? This set comes with all you need to make different types of slime. We found the instructions easy to follow, and the mess minimal. Kids can try making Mermaid slime, Unicorn slime, Galaxy Slime, Party Slime, Rainbow Slime, and more. This is a great set for kids who are already into making slime, and want to try making new, and more advanced styles. It's also a great starter kit for beginner slime makers since it comes with all the necessary tools.
The Nickelodeon Slime Super Slime Studio is recommended for kids ages 6 years old and up. It would be fun for kids who are already into making slime as it offers the opportunity to try new styles. It would also be a great starter kit for beginner slime makers since the instructions are easy to follow. Kids on the younger end may need help from an adult, and it's a fun project for a parent and child to do together.
This set comes with a slime making machine, and base, two bottles of white glue, one bottle of clear glue, two bottles of slime activator, six pots of color, three vials of glitter, a bag of confetti glitter, a bag of plastic beads, a sheet of stickers, four cups with lids, a measuring cup, six slime sticks, a spoon, and step-by-step instructions. There are instructions to make Mermaid slime, Unicorn slime, Galaxy slime, Rainbow Slime, and more. In this video, we make Confetti slime. The crank is effective in mixing the slime but we found that using the slime stick after a few minutes to scrape the slime from the edges of the machine is very helpful.
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