Wednesday, March 14, 2018

St. Patrick's Day Slime

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For an easy St. Patrick's Day inspired sensory activity for kids, you'll want to try this super stretchy homemade slime recipe!

St. Patrick's Day is easily one of my oldest son's favorite holidays simply because green is his favorite color. So when it comes to making St. Patrick's Day sensory activities for the kids, of course, it has to be green.

This green slime is filled with sparkly glitter and lucky leprechaun gold and provides an amazing tactile sensory experience for the kids!

How to make slime with gold coins for St. Patrick's Day

Easy St. Patrick's Day Sensory Activity for Kids: Make Slime to Hunt for Gold!

This slime recipe is super easy to make and it is so so stretchy! The best part is that it uses materials I already have on hand. However, if you don't have a craft stash hoarding problem like I do, then you might want to zip to the dollar store to pick up a package of coins to bury in this slime.

You can customize it however you'd like with glitter and lucky coins from the dollar store. My kids, especially my youngest K, especially loved to add coins and try to bury them deep into the slime, just so he could pluck them out a bit later.

How to make slime with gold coins for St. Patrick's Day
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