"Do you want to spend fun time with your kid full of creativity and imagination?" You are in the right place then! I am also a mother and realized that if the activity is combined with colourful characters and storytelling, then the time flies with the kid. Slime making is the hot activity right now, but more importantly, different types of slimes expose your child with the colour combination, creativity, freedom of selection, possibility and much more. All these activities whether with slime making or any other, when done along with parents or siblings also instil team spirit and navigation skills in your kid. This book presents 25 Do It Yourself (DIY) slime making recipes are drawn by me which will make the process enjoyable and relatable for you. All the slimes are represented as colourful characters which will make an impression on the kids' mind and he/she could relate it with things of similar shapes and colours. Inside you would find: Basic Slime Level 1 Slime - (a) Glass Slime (b) Fluffy Slime (c) Flubber (d) Monster Slime(e) Blood Slime (f) Fart Slime (g) Galaxy Slime (h) Glow in the dark Slime (i) Liquid Gold Slime(j) Bag of Fish Slime Level 2 Slime - (a) Avalanche Slime (b) Bubble Gum Slime (c) Butter Slime (d) Cloud Slime (e) Color Changing Slime (f) Floam Slime (g) Iceberg Slime (h) Magnet Slime (i) Sand Slime (j) Slime Bouncy Ball (h) Slushee Slime Edible Slime - (a) Jello Slime (b) Nutella Slime (c) Laffy Taffy Slime In addition to this, I would be also sharing additional recipes and updates with you. So, come and enjoy fun-filled and colourful times with your kid! Cheers!
This book presents 25 Do It Yourself (DIY) slime making recipes are drawn by me which will make the process enjoyable and relatable for you.
Author: Natalie Fleming
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction