Blogger Review: Slimy Squishy Preschool Science Experiment

What is the first thing you think of when you hear the words “slime” and “kids?” If you’re like me, you think of mess. But slime and children don’t have to be scary. In fact, when you hear these words, think of preschool science lessons!

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Education for children should be bold and include activities that get their wheels turning. Hands-on activities, especially those that get a little messy, are usually a fan favorite amongst preschoolers. This is why I get excited when I find new tools and activities, like the Slimy Squishy Polymer Bucket!

A Bucket of Scientific Fun

Experimenting with squishy, squashy polymers creates the perfect opportunities for young children to engage in sensory play and to naturally use scientific processes while having fun.

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The Slimy Squishy Polymer Bucket comes with items such as test tubes, biodegradable cups, mixing spoons, coloring tablets, and an experiment guide to help you make the following: Gobbledy Goop, JellyStones, Water Marbles, Glow in the Dark Spit Balls, Slippery Spheres, Silly Squares, Space Sand, and Super Snow. Adding a little water to crystals and powder will create lots of science fun for your little ones.

You can expect to learn, create, and play with your child or student(s). There are many ways to enjoy preschool science fun with the Slimy Squishy Polymer Bucket. Here are some tips:

  • Use the Super Snow to practice writing letters and numbers.


  • Teach the importance of listening and following directions by allowing your child or student to work independently after being given instruction.
  • Hide objects in the colorful slime and ask your child or student to share what letter the objects begin with or identify them.
  • Create winter year round by making a snowman with the Super Snow.

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  • Use the polymers to discuss measurements, allowing students to measure powders, crystals and water on their own.
  • Make Space Sand and use it to discuss the sea and coral reefs.

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What better way to keep the kiddos learning during the summer than with exciting science experiments? Have fun!!


About the All-Star Blogger

Teri WattersTeri Watters is a new homeschooler who enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters. She’s also the creator of, where she regularly blogs about ways to keep the family connected through education, activities and new products.



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