How to Make Ocean Slime with Your Kids
Are you looking for a fun, easy beach themed craft to do on your summer beach trip? This is a step by step tutorial about how to make Ocean Slime with your kids. This Ocean slime is the color of the beautiful ocean waves and will be a hit to make with your kids. If you can’t get enough of the ocean, you little ones will enjoy making this Ocean slime at home or at the beach. And you can find more summer time crafts ideas here.
Blue Ocean slime is a great way to make your kids feel like they’re in the underwater world! It’s super easy and only takes about 10 minutes.
Ingredients needed to make Ocean Slime with your Kids:
plastic fish or sea creatures
Step by Step Guide on How to Make Ocean Slime with your Kids:
Empty the glue into a large bowl.
Fill the empty glue bottle about ⅓ full with warm water (about ¼ cup) and seal with the lid. Shake well to combine the remaining glue with the water. Pour into bowl with glue and stir to combine.
Add the baking soda to the glue and stir to mix thoroughly.
If you are adding food coloring, glitter or confetti, stir the glitter into the glue mixture. Add contact lens solution to the glue mixture and stir well.
(Note: regular glue will require less contact lens solution than glitter glue. Add the contact lens solution slowly, mixing between additions, and add only enough to bring the glue together into a soft ball.)
Remove the slime from the bowl allowing any excess liquid to remain in the bowl. The slime will be sticky. Begin to play with the slime, kneading it as you would bread dough, to bring the slime together. The slime is ready when no longer sticky.
Best if stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator when not in use.
Ocean slime is a fun and easy way to teach your kids about ocean life. Not only will they have a blast playing with the slime, but they’ll also learn about some of the amazing creatures that live in our oceans. For more information about sea animals that your kids may enjoy, you can check out a short video here. What marine animal would you like to learn more about?