Do your students love slime? Use this incredibly fun activity to engage your students in some fun, hands-on science! Your students will love making slime with 5 Fun And Easy Slime Recipes Perfect For Science Stations or science investigations. Students will love creating glitter slime, borax slime, magnetic slime, detergent slime, and fluffy slime with these fun and easy slime recipes. Make one of your science stations a slime experiment station for your students to experiment with their newly created slime. Ask students to measure how far their slime will stretch before breaking or how squishy it sounds when they push their fingers into it. A slime experiment science station is a perfect way to give your students a little more fun time with their slime. Also a great lesson for Fun Friday or your States of Matter lesson plans. In addition to science skills, students will be working on following directions, observations, comparing and contrasting and so much more. When they are done have then write a How-To piece on making slime or compare and contrast the different types of slime. Science stations will take on a whole new level of excitement with these 5 Fun And Easy Slime Recipes Perfect For Science Stations. The slime recipes can be printed on colorful cardstock or even used with EASEL making it an easy to access digital resource.
5 Fun And Easy Slime Recipes Perfect For Science Stations include:
- Fluffy Slime
- Glitter Slime
- Borax Slime
- Detergent Slime
- Magnetic Slime
- Each recipe includes easy to follow instructions
These 5 Fun And Easy Slime Recipes will be a huge hit in your classroom this year. Use the question booklet as a quick and easy assessment for students to complete after they have created the slimes. It’s a great beginning of the year activity to help teach science expectations OR use any time of the year for a little slimy fun!
5 Easy Slime Recipes to use in your classroom today! The simple slime recipes include: glitter slime, borax slime, magnetic slime, detergent slime, and fluffy slime!
This resource includes recipes for 5 different types of slime and a question booklet for students to complete after they have created the slimes. It’s a great beginning of the year activity to help teach science expectations OR use anytime of the year!
Hold your students accountable with the included question booklet!
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