Kids Activites

Pinterest Fun (Making fluffy Slime)

I’m not a crafty mom, I love crafts but kid crafts can be a little messy for me! Does ANY mama feel me? This quarantine has taught me a lot about using my imagination and finding activities to do with Calvin while we’re stuck at home. Every week I’ve been trying to do at least two Pinterest sensory/ toddler activities. Some have been a failure, but some have been amazing. I had a few mamas ask about today’s activity and since I documented today’s fun, I decided to share it here.

Today’s Pinterest activity was making “fluffy slime”. I’ve never made slime before and until recently Calvin has been fascinated with playing with different textures. He usually dislikes things on his hands but he’s been adventuring his hand motor skills. These activities have been so great for our bonding time and also challenging because it requires I have a lot of patience and little control. Allowing toddlers to freely play is so important for their development, but if you’re anything like me it’s definitely hard to accept. He’s in a “helper” stage and constantly asking to help around and do things on his own. During our activities, I try to give him the freedom to do so even if he makes a mess.

Below you will find the recipe for creating your own “fluffy slime”. Enjoy!

Fluffy Slime Ingredients

Foam shaving cream

Elmer’s Glue – 4oz bottle

Food coloring or Watered down paint

Baking Soda

Saline Solution

We poured the 4 oz or glue into a clear bowl.
We added 1/4 cup of paint water
& 1/2 cups of shaving cream
Added 1 teaspoon of baking Soda, 1 table spoon of Saline Solution. Apply more Saline to get the texture you want.
And you mix, mix, mix! He loved getting to do this part.
At first it may feel a little slimy but it continues getting thicker as you stir.
Watching him explore the slime was my favorite part.
This is the end product! So dope!

He loved getting to do this activity and I was so amazed that he played so much with the slime. I definitely want to create more colors with him and put them together. Hope you enjoy creating some slime with your kiddo!

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1 Comment

  • Reply Caroline

    Im trying this one with Celine today! I’ll let you know how we do! Thanks for sharing!!

    August 13, 2020 at 1:04 pm
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