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kinetic sand slime

 One of the best slime's we have ever made and I am pretty sure well have made well over 40 different kinds of slime. This one is a very neat sensory slime. It turned out just like kinetic sand but then moved like slime does. We were able to cut it and it would still stick together but the more you played with it the softer it got and the more it flowed like slime. So to make this you will need~
1 bottle of glue
liquid starch
sand
First mix the bottle of glue with little over 1/4 cup of liquid starch. ( I did this in a cup and then transferred it to a zip lock bag after, you can just mix everything by hand but it was a lot cleaner to do it this way.) Then I added in a little over 1 cup of sand. (a little at a time, mixing in between adding more) That is it, it did not come out sticky and was a lot of fun. If you want to keep it f or a long time place it in a air tight container or back in a zip lock bag, other wise it will dry out.


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So neat!