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Slime Lab: Create a Different Slime Every Week!

In this weekly ongoing lab, put your slime skills to the test by creating a new kind of slime every week. Edible slime, foam slime, glitter slime; the possibilities are endless! See our schedule for what slime we will make week to week.
Miss Lydia
5 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 6 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
Class
40 minutes
per class
Once per week
every week
6-9
year olds
1-10
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does an "Ongoing" course work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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Class Experience

Students will use their creativity and problem solving skills to create a new slime each week while socializing with our fellow slime creators! 
Week One (week of 9/13) : Glitter Slime -glitter of any color - 3/4 cup clear glue, like Elmer's or Amazon Washable Clear Glue. -An activator like Renu Contact Solution, Amazon Liquid Activator, or Liquid Starch (can be found in most grocery stores laundry aisle). -1/2 tbsp baking soda -measuring spoons and cups -a large bowl and a clean surface to play with your slime. -OPTIONAL: food coloring Week Two (week of 9/20) : Fluffy Unicorn Slime -2/3 cup of white glue, like Elmer's or Amazon Washable Glue. (clear glue also works, the colors might be slightly off). -An activator like Renu Contact Solution, Amazon Liquid Activator, or Liquid Starch (can be found in most grocery stores laundry aisle). -1/2 tsp baking soda -1/4 cup water -2-3 cups shaving cream foam -measuring spoons and cups -a large bowl and a clean surface to play with your slime. -pink, purple and blue food coloring. Week Three (week of 9/27): Play Dough Slime - 1/2 cup cup clear glue, like Elmer's or Amazon Washable Clear Glue. -An activator like Renu Contact Solution, Amazon Liquid Activator, or Liquid Starch (can be found in most grocery stores laundry aisle). -play dough, any color -1 cup shaving cream foam -1/2 tbsp baking soda -measuring spoons and cups -a large bowl and a clean surface to play with your slime. Week Four (week of 10/4): Ocean Slime - 1/2 cup cup clear glue, like Elmer's or Amazon Washable Clear Glue. -An activator like Renu Contact Solution, Amazon Liquid Activator, or Liquid Starch (can be found in most grocery stores laundry aisle). -1/2 cup of water - food coloring in ocean colors, blues and greens work best. - blue and green glitter -seashells, plastic ocean animals, anything you want to put in your ocean slime! -measuring spoons and cups -a large bowl and a clean surface to play with your slime. Week Five (week of 10/11) : Bubble Slime - 1/2 cup cup clear glue, like Elmer's or Amazon Washable Clear Glue. -An activator like Renu Contact Solution, Amazon Liquid Activator, or Liquid Starch (can be found in most grocery stores laundry aisle). -1/2 cup of water - food coloring -a straw, for blowing bubbles! -measuring spoons and cups -a large bowl and a clean surface to play with your slime. Week Six (week of 10/18): Galaxy Slime - 1/2 cup cup clear glue, like Elmer's or Amazon Washable Clear Glue. -An activator like Renu Contact Solution, Amazon Liquid Activator, or Liquid Starch (can be found in most grocery stores laundry aisle). -1/2 tsp baking soda -glitter (star shaped glitter is cool in this recipe, but any kind of glitter is fine) -purple, black, and blue food coloring. -measuring spoons and cups -a large bowl and a clean surface to play with your slime. Week 7 (week of 10/25): Pumpkin Guts Slime - 1/2 cup cup clear glue, like Elmer's or Amazon Washable Clear Glue. -An activator like Renu Contact Solution, Amazon Liquid Activator, or Liquid Starch (can be found in most grocery stores laundry aisle). -1/2 tsp baking soda -1/2 cup water -1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice -orange food coloring -pumpkin seeds -measuring spoons and cups -a large bowl and a clean surface to play with your slime. Week 8 (week of 11/1): Edible Slime (requires the use of a microwave) -1/4 cup instant pudding mix, any flavor -1 cup cornstarch -1/3 cup warm water -measuring spoons and cups -a large bowl and a clean surface to play with your slime. Week 9 (week of 11/8): Erupting Dinosaur Extinction Slime -1/2 cup white glue like Elmer's of Amazon Washable Glue --An activator like Renu Contact Solution, Amazon Liquid Activator, or Liquid Starch (can be found in most grocery stores laundry aisle). -2 tbsp of baking soda -1/4 cup white vinegar -a jar or plastic cup -measuring spoons and cups -a large bowl and a clean surface to play with your slime. - a baking tray to catch the eruption of slime! Week 10 (week of 11/15): Cranberry Slime (non-edible) -1 cup clear or white glue, like Elmer's or Amazon Washable -An activator like Renu Contact Solution, Amazon Liquid Activator, or Liquid Starch (can be found in most grocery stores laundry aisle). -1/4 cup canned cranberry sauce (I suggest the ones with the actual cranberries in it, but you can try the jellied cranberry sauce too) -1 tsp baking soda -red glitter, yellow, or orange glitter -measuring spoons and cups -a large bowl and a clean surface to play with your slime.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.

Teacher

Miss LydiaChildren's Librarian MLIS
5 total reviews
13 completed classes

About Me

Hi! My name is Lydia, and I love to experiment and make a mess! This translates into a lot of the classes I offer, like STEAM storytime and Messy Science. I also love a good book, which means I also offer themed Preschool Storytime, Middle Grade... 
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