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Slime Baff Blue from Zimpli Kids, 1 Bath or 4 Play Uses, Magically turns water into gooey, colourful slime, Children's Birthday Gifts, Educational Bath Toys, Pocket Money Toy, Party Bag Fillers

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Sprinkle the powder across top of water and whisk or stir for around 2 minutes (the kids love doing this part so hand out those whisks!) Don't eat Slime Baff. It's not nice and just like regular soap, if you get Slime Baff in your eyes it could sting, so make sure to rinse it out with plenty of clear water

To be honest, I very rarely measure with this one – you can make more or less you just need to experiment a little to get the consistency you are happy with – sometimes I add more gelatin than this or a little more dishwashing liquid. You don't need to be too precise, the fun is in the experimentation process anyway! What to do next… Leave on the bench to soak in the water overnight. The balls absorb the water, become nearly translucent and swell (so make sure you use a large bowl!) I know that many educators and parents worry about exposing babies and young toddlers to messy sensory materials but there are lots of simple and safe ways to begin introducing a sensory experience like slime and it certainly doesn't need to take a long time to make or setup! You also don't need to worry about using those ingredients like glue, starch and borax which I do not recommend using around younger children – especially under 12 months when they are still tasting everything!When the bath has reached a quarter full and with the taps still running sprinkle the powder slowly under the running water

Provide a basket of plastic cups, jugs and spoons for children to fill with frothy concoctions. I have set up a ‘coffee shop' dramatic play area outdoors before(for 2 years up) using this frothy slime. Add the other 1/4 cup of corn starch to the mixture. Mix together with a spoon to form a dough.Pour the bubble bath on top. Mix with a spoon to combine all the ingredients. The recipe I’m sharing here is based on my DIY 2-ingredient Bubble Bars. The point of these homemade bubble bars is to add just enough flour or corn starch to turn the mixture into a firm dough.Not recommended for children under 5 years of age unless supervised by an adult. Don't put too much water in the bath

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