It’s been snowing a whole lot over here for the last few weeks, and in fact, this week, about 15 inches of the white stuff were dumped on us.
So this mama has had to pull out the stops when it comes to finding things to do.
Homemade slime–snow day sparkle slime–has helped save our sanity.
Not really. But kind of.
We’ve spent a boatload of time outside. We’ve watched movies. Read books. Completed puzzles. Cleaned, finished homework, Valentines, and cooked.
There’s been a lot of downtime. A lot of ‘plugged in’ time. A lot of great, blissful getting along times, and a lot of bickering.
And we tried, for the first time, to make sparkle slime.
The kids loved it.
Here’s the skinny. . .
- How to Make Homemade Slime–Snow Day Sparkle Slime: It’s super easy.
And there are about a million different ways to do this–be forewarned.
My way is just one.
Here’s a super-quick video about how you can make sparkle slime (our snow day sanity saver!):
And now you definitely need the Sparkle Slime recipe, right? Yes, yes you do.
Check it out:sparkle slime recipe.
Once you have everything, you can get started!
Do you have any cool ideas for passing days when you’re stuck inside? Activities to keep kids interested, engaged, and unplugged? Let us know by leaving a comment!
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I by NO MEANS invented this cool activity; in fact, I’d love to offer huge and happy thanks to the following posts for inspiration. Please check them out! thank you, ladies!
- Coffee Cups & Crayons: how to make slime
- Coffee Cups & Crayons: how to make borax-free slime
- All Things Simple: magical monster slime