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Activities for ages 4 and up. STEM activities {Science Technology Engineering and Math} are all the buzz in education. Kids love finding out how things work through fun, hands-on projects and teachers love knowing that they’re preparing students for their techy future. For a little STEM inspiration, check out this awesome roundup of our 40 favorite STEM activities for kids. …

Glitter Slime -- Mix 1 tsp of borax + 1 cup of water. Pour glitter glue (Elmer's) into bowl with 1 tbsp water. Then pour the borax mixture inside the bowl to form the slime.

GOOP 1 cup cornstarch 2 cups baking soda 1 1/4 cups water Directions: Mix dry ingredients and add water a little at a time. (This is important, as you may not need all of the water.) Mixture should be scoopable with hands - not too runny. When a lump is squeezed; it melts, then becomes more solid again. (coloring stains hands -- recommend leave it out)

Ahh, to be a kid again. This looks like a whole lot of colourful fun! "Gorgeous rainbow eruptions for kids - Easy, inexpensive, and so much fun!"

Another pinner says: glow in the dark slime UPDATE: made this and it was every bit as cool as I had hoped. Not sticky (was afraid it'd be sticky on the hands) and therefore not messy. and it glows! :) Got to try this out!!

Homemade Flubber Recipe - It will keep your kids occupied for a long time! It has such a neat texture, you'll probably find yourself playing right along with them!

STICKY SAND is lots of fun for kids to play with. It acts like wet sand but isn't actually wet. It sticks together well, creating a perfect molding sand for sculpting and creating. Sticky sand also vacuums up easily, making it great for both indoor and outdoor use.

Easy to make Kool-aid Snow Paint- Kool-aid snow paint is super vibrant and smells amazing which makes it even more fun for kids

I'm going to admit it: I like slime more than playdough! Here's a favorite slime recipe which smells like peppermint from Preschool Inspirations.