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Epic Crafts: Super, Super, SUPER, Slimy Adventures (part 4)
In this 4-week course, we will be making 8 new, amazing slimes! Including slushy "snow cone", jelly-cube, color-changing, cereal, metallic flake, glossy, and two all-new edible slimes! Get ready to test your talents...
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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This is Slime Class #4 ...but there is no need to have taken Slime #1, #2 or #3 in order to participate... (you might wish to take those as well.... since they have other great slimes too - and you will love all the slimes in every class!) This class requires no previous knowledge or abilities. Each step will be shown live, with the ability to ask questions, receive extra help, and talk about whatever makes you happy. Together we will learn how to make slime textures that feel and look...
Each week we will learn art safety in crafting, as well as short cuts, out-of-the-box ideas, problem-solving skills, design and color concepts, and self-expression. Chemical reactions and caution. Community driven art has many benefits, they create teamwork, following instructions, improving fine motor skills, willingness to try new things, help with communication, patience, problem-solving skills, focus, concentration, boosts brainpower (cognitive development), improves mood, self-esteem, creativity, reduces anxiety, and much more.
I am a mom of eight, I have been teaching for over 20+ years in a multitude of subjects and mediums. I have a degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. Crafting is my therapeutic outlet. So much can be learned through creativity. Come spend time in a safe place where we relax, laugh, and enjoy making "Epic Crafts". This is one in a series of "Epic" explorations available throughout the year. Check out all the others!!! I can't wait to share my love of crafting with you... See you soon!
The only homework for our class will be to gather your supplies each week. I will provide a supply list in the Learner Supply List section and the Classroom Page. It will have up to 4 weeks of Slime supplies listed out by week. Feel free to buy your supplies each week or for the whole 4 weeks. Most of the supplies can be found online. I know we are all dealing with many shopping obstacles right now... so if you run into a problem, can't find something, need an alternative, or a link to a product... feel free to send me a message anytime for some help! Amazon, The Dollar Tree, 99 cent store, Dollar General, Michaels, Hobby Lobby, and Walmart, all have online and curbside pick-up options available...
1 file available upon enrollmentSupply List - A full detailed supply list with PICTURES is available once you sign up! Here is an IDEA of the items you will need for class... Make sure to view the LEARNERS SUPPLY LIST on the classroom page after signing up for the FULL LIST!: 1. 3 types of glue - 3 -5oz white glues bottles, 2 - 5oz clear, and 1 - color-changing glue bottle (Elmer's, Amazon Basics, or any glue with PVA (Polyvinyl Alcohol) 2. Glitter (any colors you like for your slimes) 3. Food coloring or Paint (any colors you like for your slimes) 4. Activator (this can be a mixture of baking soda and contact solution, liquid starch (such as StaFlo), liquid laundry detergent (Tide or Gain are best suited), a Borax solution with water, or any pre-bought or homemade slime activator of choice). 5. Metallic Flake (can be found on Amazon, Etsy, or Michaels ) AND a magnet! 6. Slushy beads, floam beads, or other tiny beads 7. Pudding mix (for one of our edible slimes) 8. Marshmallows 9. Powdered Sugar/Confectioners Sugar 10. Cake Frosting and Sprinkles 11. Water 12. Vaseline and Baby Oil 13. Cornstarch 14. Mini Chocolate Chips 15. Nerf Bullets or LARGE Floam Beads 16. Sweetened Condensed Milk 17. Make-up wedge sponges or Colored Sponges 18. Containers for Slime or Zip-Lock bags
Making something you enjoy is fun. I want everyone in the class to have an amazing experience. Remember... it can ALWAYS be fixed if you don't like it, and it is ALWAYS perfect if you do! This is about enjoyment and finding something that can constructively release your burdens. After class, I encourage you to make slime on your own, feel free...teach your friends and family, share what you know! Parents: If you have specific questions regarding your child and their crafting abilities, or classroom conduct you can message me or have a conference at any time.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
There will never be anything a parent is required to do, outside of helping their child acquire the needed supplies* for class and a way to attend the class. IMPORTANT NOTE: I have heard from some parents that this class is best done with a parent present. We use measurements, messy supplies, and learners new to slime can sometimes need assistance. Additionally, when working with slime near your computer/Laptop, please cover the keyboard with plastic wrap to avoid any accidental spillage. *In this class will also be using a few chemicals (contact lens solution and baking soda, liquid laundry detergent, lotion, liquid starch, cornstarch, magnetite, and glue). It is always recommended that kids wear eye protection. Additionally, you might want to assist in the pouring of some of our chemicals. Please join us and help with the fun! This class will teach students how to properly work with BORAX... (it is not something that is needed for class but I feel that every serious slimer should know what and what not to do with dangerous slime ingredients) since this is a common activator for slime.
Exploration for the Inquisitive Mind
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
273 total reviews
178 completed classes
ATTENTION: I have temporarily taken leave from teaching here on Outschool - but will return as soon as I can. Our family has recently suffered a tremendous tragedy. Sadly, I will be leaving Outschool for a bit in order to be at the hospital as...