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Lego Mixel Monster Slime

Try Our Quick And Simple Slime Recipe For  Sensory Play

New! Lego Mixel Monster Slime! Slime is awesome and easy to make. We have used this homemade slime recipe over and over again and it has not failed us yet! Check out more slimes at the bottom of this page.  You will have awesome slime in 5 minutes that you can play with over and over again. This homemade slime recipe is so quick, you can stop at the grocery store and pick up what you need. You may even have it already! I am looking forward to all the fun ways to play with our homemade slime this year. I am definitely adding it to our 25 Classic Science Experiments list.

What Is Slime?

Is it a liquid or a solid? It stretches but then it breaks. It makes a ball and bounces. It feels slimy and wet, but it isn’t! These are some of the interesting observations my five year old made as we explored this slime recipe. Read a little more in depth here about polymers and chemistry. We aren’t quite there yet but sure had a lot of fun just the same!

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To Make Monster Slime: Recipe, hints and tricks!

You will find our slime recipe here with tips and tricks to get you on our way along with other amazing ideas!  This homemade slime recipe is very easy and quick to make!

I find mixing slime quite soothing but it’s a little too messy for my son. He likes the finished product better!

Grab your Lego Mixels pack or create your own lego monsters for our monster slime! Of course any monsters will do {even dinosaurs and farm animals have been known to romp through our slime}! By creating our own Lego monsters like these mixels, we add an additional activity to our play. We are now getting into Legos pretty big here but still enjoy our science sensory play too!

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Lego Mixel Monster Slime Sensory Science

Daddy loves Legos too and also enjoys our homemade slimes! A few of our friends and their children came over for a slime making party one weekend day. That’s how easy it is and check out our slime party! Daddy also loves to build Legos and was excited to open up these Lego Mixels that our son found in his stocking Christmas morning! Put together your Lego Mixels and grab your monster slime for some great science and sensory play!

Lego Mixel Monster Slime Sensory Play

Our Lego monsters ate the monster slime and watched it ooze all over them. I also added a ton of tiny pieces that were extras for Liam to dig out of the monster slime, perfect for increasing fine motor skills! This monster slime was awesome and stretchy too. Daddy had an excellent time seeing how far the monster slime could stretch while our son watched and was ready with his monster to eat the monster slime!

 

 Homemade monster slime is great any time of the year! Plus we love Legos!

Slime is an awesome, low mess sensory play material that doesn’t leave the hands dirty. It’s fun to squeeze it and watch it ooze out of your hands or small bowl. We enjoy whipping up batches of slime often. Usually we leave it on the table and everyone who passes by has to stop and play with it {It can be stored lightly covered and if it dries a bit make sure to play with it!}. Slime is an easy, at home sensory solution! We have quite a few home sensory solutions to try.

Check out all our awesome slime ideas!

 

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