Nothing says Valentine’s Day like slime. If this is your first time stopping by our site, you will see how much we love making slime. If you have seen our slime ideas before, you know that we just had to share a Valentines Day Heart Slime with you and your kids. Slime is cool science and play all rolled into one simple to make slime recipe.
VALENTINES DAY HEART SLIME FOR KIDS
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Slime is a cool science activity to share with kids and making slime is much simpler than you might think. Our Valentines Day heart slime is perfectly festive for the special occasion. We love our Valentine’s Day Science Activities.
AWESOME VALENTINES SLIME CHEMISTRY FOR KIDS
Read all about the terrific chemistry behind the slime! Our post is great for introducing young kids to the wonderful world of polymers and contains some useful information and resources for the older kids too.
Slime is wonderful stretchy and flows more freely the more it warms up in your hands. You can’t help but pick it up!
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Slime is a great science activity to introduce to preschoolers as well as early elementary age kids. Check out our favorite science activities for young kids to see how we explore science around here.
GET READY TO MAKE VALENTINES DAY HEART SLIME!
Let’s check out the supplies we need to make slime. All you need is glue, water, and liquid starch. We love to make new themes for all the holidays and seasons, so we love confetti, glitter, and color!
Please click on the black box above or this slime recipe link to check out the step by step directions located towards the bottom of the post. We like to keep the recipe in one place for our readers to check out.
For this Valentines Day heart slime we mixed in red glitter and confetti hearts. The possibilities are endless.
MEASURE. MIX. EXPLORE. PLAY.
Our homemade slime is also an awesome sensory play activity for kids. Science and sensory all rolled into one activity!
You can make this slime with white glue as well, but the confetti may not show up as well. You may want to sprinkle more into the mix. You could also add red food coloring to make the slime red or pink. We chose to add red glitter this time.
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If you want to do something a little more than cutting out paper hearts this Valentine’s Day, try making our homemade slime instead. Host a slime party and give out slime party favors! Kids love slime.
VALENTINES DAY HEART SLIME FOR KID’S SCIENCE
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