Publishers

Dover
(2017-06-21)

Genres

Young Readers
Middle Grade
Activity/Educational

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SLIME 101

Natalie Wright

How to Make Stretcy, Fluffy, Glittery & Colorful Slime

Slime flies when you're having fun! It's time for kids to grab their partners in slime and have a goo-reat time. Easy instructions and helpful color photos show how to create glitter, glow-in-the-dark, bubble, neon, chalkboard, stress ball, metallic, and other types of slime.

Slime flies when you're having fun! It's time for kids to grab their partners in slime and have a goo-reat time. Easy instructions and helpful color photos show how to create glitter, glow-in-the-dark, bubble, neon, chalkboard, stress ball, metallic, and other types of slime. All that's needed are ordinary household items like glue, food coloring, and liquid starch. The book even includes a bonus recipe for oobleck inspired by Dr. Seuss! It's perfect for parties, sleepovers, and any other time boys and girls ages 7 to 12 feel the need to get slimey! Adult supervision suggested.

Natalie Wright writes a craft blog called NatalMe featuring projects for paper crafting, parties, and mixed media.

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