To make Soapy Slime you will need 1 cup of Soap Flakes, 3 cups warm water, food colouring, large mixing bowl, large container or tray and an electric beater.  You can find soap flakes at your local supermarket in the washing powder isle.   As you beat the water and soap flakes the mixture multiples, so I placed the large bowl on top of our container to catch the over flow.

To make Soapy Slime you will need 1 cup of Soap Flakes, 3 cups warm water, food colouring, large mixing bowl, large container or tray and an electric beater. You can find soap flakes at your local supermarket in the washing powder isle. As you beat the water and soap flakes the mixture multiples, so I placed the large bowl on top of our container to catch the over flow.

This “recipe” is pretty forgiving. But if you want a starting point, this is what I used.  1/4 cup clear hand soap 3/4 cup warm water 2 tbsp baking soda 2 tbsp and bit more citric acid Quick Tip: The more the kids stir the concoction the bigger the foam and the result is all the more dramatic..

This “recipe” is pretty forgiving. But if you want a starting point, this is what I used. 1/4 cup clear hand soap 3/4 cup warm water 2 tbsp baking soda 2 tbsp and bit more citric acid Quick Tip: The more the kids stir the concoction the bigger the foam and the result is all the more dramatic..

There must be hundreds of ways to use salt in the classroom and the children found this idea particularly interesting to explore...    To begin this process, the children created random designs by squeezing lines of glue on their paper. We found

There must be hundreds of ways to use salt in the classroom and the children found this idea particularly interesting to explore... To begin this process, the children created random designs by squeezing lines of glue on their paper. We found

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