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Borax free slime!

In one bowl pour one bottle of school glue then fill the bottle up with water and pour that in too. Mix. Now is the time to add extras like food coloring or glitter
Once mixed pour about half cup of liquid starch and keep mixing till slime forms.
It is normal for slime to be a little watery as it sits it will clear up.

Once done have fun playing.
It smells amazing 
We used a straw and blew bubbles in ours. Trick to that is to let it sit for few mins before play and to twist the straw so it crates a seal and air doesn't escape. Warning that could lead to fart noises lol
My daughter found this out and loved making fart noises over n over. 


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