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Monday, February 19, 2018

Snoball Fun #SlimeaStressReliever

While  public schools were closed today due to President's Day,  St. Joseph the Worker  was open which I love because  that would be one day in advance that we will be getting off  for the summer.  We used the holiday to make up for the snow days that we have had  this Winter.  When the kids came home today, they  decided to  try one of the Snoball BattlePack that we received from Zimpli Kids.  They  did the Slime Baff the other  day and had a blast with it.
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It's always great to have something to do for the kids when they arrive home  so they could have fun  before they do their homework.  My son and I did a lot of studying for his test today so he was so anxious this morning.  When he came home, he told me "I was stressing out for nothing, the test was really easy!"  I told him, it was easy because he studied for it.  It would have been a different story if he didn't review.
But anyway,  there's four packs of this  snowball battlepack but they only used one.  It was still cold outside so they just played with it  on top of the table.  I didn't let them   pass this around the house because the dogs might  eat it while they are playing.  
This snoball battlepack also smells good but they like the slime's scent better.
My daughter  tried to make a snowman but it collapses everytime lol.
They saved three packs of this for the summer when they can hit each other  with it outside  when the  weather is warm.  
This was easier to clean up than the slime and the best thing is that, the snoball disintegrates eventually.  
Of course they  wanted me to try it so I stuck my fingers in there and it did  feels good on your skin.  Unlike the slime, this  one uses  cold water. 
Here's the video I recorded of them playing with it.

12 travelers' comments:

Stacie said...

I can see slime as a stress reliever for kids. It's like a giant gloppy stress ball.

Jennifer Van Huss said...

What a cool activity. My kids love making slime and they could play with it all day!! I'll have to give this recipe a try as I've never heard of it before!

Cherri Megasko said...

That looks really cool (no pun intended). I like that you let them have some fun before they have to settle in to homework.

Marcie W. said...

My kids are huge fans of slime so I think they would enjoy this too! All I ask is that they clean up their mess when they are done.

Victoria Heckstall said...

Looks like they really enjoyed what they are doing. This is a cute and fun for kids and adults. I would love to try this and have a quality time with my kids.

The Super Mom Life said...

We live in a state that doesn't see snow so I bet they would love this! I need to check it out.

Wendy Polisi said...

Slime really is a ton of fun top play with. My kids and I have fun with it all the time.

Miss Angie said...

That looks like fun! Slime is all the rage right now, but we totally failed at making it... lol

Nichole Arnold said...

This looks like so much fun. My son would love it, he is obsessed with seeing snow! I think my Grandmother got him some kind of snowball kit she brought from Sweden, I'll have to dig out.

Jennifer Sikora said...

This looks like fun! My daughter would totally geek out over this. She’s a slime lover

Lynndee said...

I've been seeing a lot of this homemade slime on social media. Looks like a lot of fun for the kids to make.

Courtney Aduke Schulist said...

Both of those look like fun. I need to get the stuff so I can make them.

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