Slime Party with the kids!

Okay so you get the point – we made A LOT of slime. I bought a slime kit off of amazon recently and invited my son and his friend to make a bunch of slime today!

The slime was super easy to make – it is suggested for children 12 and up – BUT if you have younger children (that won’t swallow little objects) my son is 10, you can mix the stuff up for them and let them include all the fun toppings themselves! That is what we did!

If you would like to buy this on amazon for 15% off, you can use this link below!  <– CLICK LINK TO BUY

I do not receive any money from this link – but I did get this item at a discount for writing about it 🙂 The kids had a lot of fun – since there were SO MANY options. There is glow in the dark slime, glitter, orbies, different colors! I think the kids were impressed. I would buy this again for the kids to have fun with honestly. It was pretty easy to clean up and it came packaged pretty good (See photos above).

The package came with little cups with lids to keep your completed slime in as well – which makes this the perfect party kit. We had enough materials to make 12 different slime! Thank you to my friend and her son for allowing me to take photos – sorry that you guys only saw my hand in the photos, haha. But This was a good hour of fun for all of us. 10 out of 10 review from us.


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