Slime Bat Sensory Play

Prepare this Slime Bat Sensory Play for Halloween party!
Have you ever heard of St. Andrew's Day? Here in Poland it’s celebrated on the night of 30th of November. We believe the night is especially suitable for magic and prophecies. We gather with our family and friends to pour hot candle wax through a keyhole into cold water. Then we switch off the lights, turn only one spotlight and cast the shadows of the shapes on the wall. We interpret the shapes of the wax and predict our future;) It’s great fun especially for kids, though it doesn't take too much time so we always prepare some other plays.

The one I’d like to prepare for this year’s party is Slime Bat Sensory Play which I found on ‘Little Bins For Little Hands’. The recipe is simple, and the slime is ready to play within a few minutes. While playing you can draw your slime pictures predicting someone’s future, or you can use cookie cutters to cut out the shapes. The idea that has just struck me is to use Glow In the Dark Slime for some gloomy decorations:)

How about your Halloween games? Do you have any traditional which you play every year? Share the ideas with us!

Check out the tutorial on Little Bins For Little Hands.

What you need:

Tools:

  • Bowls

Supplies / ingredients:

  • Borax
  • Water
To see the full list of Tools and Supplies check out the source post. slime-bat-sensory-play-01

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