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Make Edible Slime

In this fun and engaging class student will make edible slime using basic ingredients. Students will also be given recipe cards for two additional edible slimes they can make after class.
Sarah Gammon, M. ED
91 total reviews for this teacher
8 reviews for this class
Completed by 32 learners
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year olds
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20 minute class

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Class Experience

Students will use basic science, cooking, speaking skills in this class. Students will be shown step by step how to make Gelatin Slime- edible slime. Students will discuss items they can add to their slime and talk about what they learned at the end of class. Students will also be given the opportunity to show off their slime. Each slime will be different colors etc depending on the type of Jello each child chooses. Each slime will be unique to each student :). 
I am a mother of five and have a master’s degree in Education. My children love to make slime! I thought this would be a fun spin on the traditional making slime class since it's edible. What kid doesn't like slime :) 
Hello Everyone! My name is Sarah Gammon and I am excited to meet all of you in my classroom! I have five children of my own and have been an educator for ten years. I have taught 4th grade and was a school librarian at a K-8th school for several years. As a school librarian, I taught over 750 students a week, grades kindergarten through eighth grade. I also have two years’ experience teaching students online in the classroom. I look forward to meeting each of you! Let's have fun learning together!

Share this fun recipe with family and friends :) 
1 cup cornstarch- more as needed 1 regular size package of sugar free Gelatin any flavor ( 6 oz) ( sugar-free is a little less messy because it doesn’t stick to hands as much.) 3/4 cup warm water Cookie sheet or tray Measuring cup Tablespoon 1 mixing or big bowl Spoons Paper towels ( to help clean up any mess)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Discussing what students learned at the end of class and their final product.  Students will be sent two additional edible slime recipes after class. Students are encouraged to make these recipes with their families after our class time. 
20 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Parents may need to help younger students stir and mix items. 


Sarah Gammon, M. ED
Lives in the United States
Bachelor Degree in Elementary Education K-6th Masters Degree in Library Science. Inspiring children to have a lifelong love for reading
91 total reviews
59 completed classes

About Me

Hello everyone! My name is Sarah Gammon and I am  excited to teach with Out School! I have a Masters Degree in Education and ten years teaching experience. I inspire to motivate children to have a lifelong love for reading!  I can’t wait to meet... 
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