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Good safe 'slime' recipe for Nursery children?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by linscom, May 10, 2011.

  1. Hello! We have the theme of Dinosaurs, and will be reading 'Dinosaur Roar' by Paul and Henrietta Stickland. It has a 'Dinosaur Slimy' in it and I'd love to make some gloopy slime to put our dinosaurs in. Has anyone got a good recipe that is safe and no toxic? Cheers all.
  2. missjivebunny

    missjivebunny New commenter

    I've used lime jelly that hasn't quite set. It smelled so nice too!
  3. Josie Jo

    Josie Jo New commenter

    We use soap flakes (from Boots,or some supermarkets). We often put them in the water tray with green food colouring added. Simply mix with warm water to required consistency. It's also great for cleaning the water tray as it comes out sparkly after!! Don't try flushing it down the toilet when finished though as someone at my school tried to do once. The bubbles were coming back up for days.

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