Are your kids as obsessed with slime as mine are? Every day one of my kids asks me to make slime. There are so many recipes and items to mix-in slime, that it seems like we never run out of ideas. So it is no wonder that as I start my Christmas shopping, slime is the number one item on my list. I have done tons of research on the best kits for making slime, along with the best slime accessories. In an effort to save you time this busy holiday season, I have compiled my favorite items into this list of the Best Christmas Gifts for Kids Who Love Slime.
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Best Christmas Gifts for Kids Who Love Slime
DIY Slime Kit – If you have a kid that loves slime but you are not sure where to start on your slime making adventure, this is a great kit for you. It includes most of the basic items you’ll need to make some popular varieties of slime.
National Geographic Glow in the Dark Slime Lab – What is better than making slime? Making glow in the dark slime! My kids are obsessed with their glow in the dark slime. Since this kit is from National Geographic, it includes some scientific facts about slime so kids can learn while they create.
So Slime DIY – You don’t need glue to make slime in this slime factory. Just add water to some of the other ingredients that come in the box and you’ll be making lots of fun slime concoctions.
Elmer’s Glue Galaxy Slime Starter Kit – This pack comes with the coolest glitter glue from Elmer’s. Simply add your own baking soda and contact lens solution for the most sparkly slime around!
Beads and Bands for Slime – If your kid wants to up their slime game, this kit contains 26 packages of various sized beads and bands to add lots of texture and interest to slime.
Slime Food Coloring Kit – When you mix and match these 12 colors of food coloring, there is not a color you won’t be able to create. The colors blend perfectly and will not cause slime to harden.
Barrel O Slime – This slime is my daughter’s favorite. It has the coolest consistency – the slime is wet but does not stick to hands. It comes in some great color combinations. Since there are 24 in this pack, you can give them to one lucky child or divide them among many for stocking stuffers.
Magnetic Putty Slime – Kids will be amazed with this magnetic slime which will slowly creep toward a nearby magnet. Kids will have fun and play while they learn about magnetic force.
Slime Storage Jars – If you are giving a gift of slime making, do yourself a favor and include these slime containers. After noticing my kids leaving slime everywhere, and finding lots of messes, I purchased these containers and they have been a life saver.
Slime Queen T-Shirt – Have a girl who is OBSESSED with slime? I have three, so I feel you! This shirt will help them express their love of the slime to the world. It comes in 5 colors so there is sure to one that is perfect for your child.
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