Creating With Collette: Make Two Holiday Slime's
Who loves slime and the holidays?! Let's discover a little science behind slime and take those ingredients and make two fun holiday slimes! A glittery gold gingerbread slime and a fluffy candy cane slime.
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CLASS EXPERIENCE: Who loves slime and the holidays?! Let's discover a little science behind slime and take those ingredients and make two fun holiday slimes! A glittery gold gingerbread slime and a fluffy candy cane slime. The classroom is a hands on environment and I will be modeling each step as we create the slime together! We will talk about what slime is made of and how it becomes this slimy substance. We will measure, mix and create the two slimes in class and have fun playing with it...
1 file available upon enrollmentSUPPLIES: Gold Elmer's glue (IMPORTANT has to be Elmer's Glue or it will not come out the same.) Clear Elmer's washable school glue (IMPORTANT has to be Elmer's Glue or it will not come out the same.) White Elmers washable school glue (IMPORTANT has to be Elmer's Glue or it will not come out the same.) Liquid Starch (laundry isle) Baking soda cornstarch ginger cinnamon peppermint extract or peppermint essential oil or candy cane essential oil. body lotion (unscented if possible) Foaming hand soap (if you can't find it you can make your own if you have a foaming hand soap container. 1 part regular hand soap and 4 parts water. Put that into the foaming hand soap container and tada! Warm water red acrylic paint Original Barbasol Shaving Cream Contact Lens Solution (IMPORTANT: when picking the brand of contact lens solution make sure it has boric acid and sodium borate in the ingredient list. This is what interacts with the glue to form the slime.) I use Equate saline solution (I purchased mine at Walmart) 2 large bowls Spatula Measuring cups and spoons Paper towels or rag
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will be making slime and if they need help parents are encouraged to be available if needed. NOTE: The activator we will be using is in the boron family. These substances can lead to irritation of the skin. Please use with caution.
Creating with Collette
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210 total reviews
239 completed classes
I am an outgoing mom of three beautiful children ages 6, 8, and 10 years old. I offer classes to kids of all ages who want to create. This could be in the kitchen, garage, sewing machines or even around an instrument! I have been teaching and...