Ooze Labs- Slime Experiments Review

By Lottie age 7

I love slime, I really like making it but my Mum doesn’t let me very often because it is MESSY!

We were sent a selection of Ooze Lab slime experiments by Thames and Kosmos to try out and we think this is the perfect way to make slime.

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You get everything you need in a test tube except the water and scissors to open the packet with and it is really straightforward to do. The instructions are very easy to follow. You just stand the test tube in it own lid support it with a piece of cardboard that you get especially for this.

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You then follow the instructions to make your slime, there is a bit of mixing and a lot of shaking and then some special instructions like putting the test tube under a light to make the glow in the dark version.

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The instructions have some interesting facts and information in them that I liked reading.

It was really easy to make the slime. They are £4 each for one of the experiments and they do lots of different types- glitter slime, heat reactive slime, glow in the dark and sunshine slime. My Mum thinks these would be really good to give out instead of party bags.

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They are great fun, the slime is really stretchy and it makes brilliant rude noises when I squidge it!  I think the full Ooze Labs Chemistry Station looks awesome too.
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Disclaimer: We were sent the Ooze Labs Slime kits for review purposes but all thoughts and opinions are our own.

11 thoughts on “Ooze Labs- Slime Experiments Review

  1. Jayne Kelsall says:

    Oh my 10 year old daughter is slime mad ! every week her pocket money goes on glue or activator or glitter !! .x

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