Elmer's Grand Slime Time Fair And How To Make Jelly Slime

I always say, nothing beats first!  Wes and I had a grand time during our very first slime-making activity at Elmer's Grand Slime Time F...

I always say, nothing beats first!  Wes and I had a grand time during our very first slime-making activity at Elmer's Grand Slime Time Fair held a few weeks ago at Eastwood Mall Atrium.  The event and workshop was FREE of charge to all attendees.  Participants just bought their materials to be used to make different types of slime.

 Wes loves Science, and for him making slime is an awesome experiment.  Pouring ingredients, mixing, and eventually seeing the final result excites him.  So he really looked forward to this event.
The Elmer's Grand Slime Time Fair was well attended by slime-fans such as my son, and I can say it was indeed a grand success!
Anyway, I also learned there are different types of slime one can make such as Jelly Slime, Crunchy Slime, Unicorn Slime, Sandy Slime, Frosty Slime, Glow In The Dark Slime, and Rainbow Slime to name a few.  The very basic ingredient for all these is of course - Elmer's Glue!  I've always thought it was complicated, glad the event proved me wrong.
There were different booths in the fair where ingredients were available for sale and instructions how to do them were displayed as well.  Scattered all over the venue were friendly and Elmer's staff who assisted every child and parent who were so into making their DIY slime during the event.
They even sell Elmer's Slime Starter Kit and Frosty Slime Kit for that easy and complete slime project you may do with your child as a great bonding activity.
I also got to experience DIY slime making with fellow blogger moms and their kids, Kaye of ilovekeisha.com and Louisa of artofbeingamom.com.


What you need:
  • Elmer's Glue 147ml bottle
  • Lotion
  • Shaving Foam
  • Baking Soda
  • Mixing bowl
  • Spoon
  • Gloves (optional
  • Jelly cubes (cubed sponges/foams)
  • In a mixing bowl, pour all content of Elmer's Color Glue
  • Add 1 tsp of baking soda
  • Add 1/2 tbsp of lotion
  • Add 1 tbsp of shaving foam.  Mix well.
  • Add 1 tbsp of contact lens solution then mix.  Repeat 5 to 6 times until slime reaches desired consistency (should be not too sticky anymore)
  • Add 1 cup of jelly cubes then knead it.
  • ENJOY playing with your Elmer's Jelly Slime!
We definitely had a great bonding time making a science experiment which I've always thought was too complicated and messy to do.  It turned out to be easy to do and not messy at all!  Just a few reminders by the way, tell your kids not to eat the Jelly Slime and to wash hands with soap and water after playing.

Thanks Elmer's PH for this awesome experience!  Elmer's Glue for all your slime needs are available at all National Book Store branches nationwide!  

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