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Big giant slime ball!!

This was such a fun activity! All you need is two boxes of slime baff and a wubble ball. We got the super wobble ball.
So to make this epic slime ball use the tube it came with and place it in the ball as directed on the instructions. Next pour in all the slime baff. After that grab a hose and hold it in the tube.
At first we did not let it get that big, too scared of it popping. 
The kids including neighbor kids loved it. We played kid bowling and let this roll down the driveway. The kids thought it was the best thing ever to see this ball bend around them with out breaking. (will attach videos at the end) 

If you look close you can see the slime forming. You can barely tell it started as a blue ball. 

After awhiel of play we decided to make it bigger. We attached the tube and hose again and let it grow till the kids said stop. 
Below is how big it got moments before popping.  This had to weigh a lot. Once the ball popped all the kids had fun playing with the slime. Two actives in one is always a plus. Scroll to the bottom to see videos of this thing moving  and rolling.



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