Apple Sparkle Slime
What we used:
elmers gliter glue
I emptied the bottle of glue into the bowl. Then I added a little starch to the glue and mix. I repeated this until it was thick and then mixed with my hands.
Get a few trays out, cinnamon sticks and apple scented soap.
After playing with our Apple Volcanoes I was not ready to toss the apples out yet. I mixed up a quick batch of red sparkle slime for the kids to play with.
This slime has the potential to be apple scented. That is where the apple soap comes in. I added a little apple scented soap to the inside of the apples before placing them on the trays. By adding the slime to the apple it mixed with the soap. Then making the slime smell like apples.
Baby brother is really starting to get interested in what big brothers are doing. He is no longer ok with having his own separate activities anymore. I got in here and played my big brother 5yr and little brother 3yr. Of course he was supervised during playtime.
Baby brother almost 2yr could not wait to poke at the slime.
This is a great open ended, hands on play activity. Also great way to explore many senses (sensory play).
Give the kids the tray and sit back and watch as they create their own fun.
Little brother was in love with the sequins. He added it to the slime and the apples. Later adding the slime to the apple. He had the apple scented slime.
Big brother was not worried about the added items on the tray he just wanted to play with the slime. He did add a little sequins to the slime.
However, pulling and stretching it as far as it would go was his favorite.
Baby brother seemed happy to hold that cinnamon stick and poke the slime.
Fun Fall play activity for the kids. We did take this outside this day and I added a plastic table cloth down to make clean up easy.