Your students will love using this slime during test time!
• 5 fl. oz. Elmer’s Glow in the Dark Glue
• ½ tbsp. baking soda
• 1 tbsp. contact lens solution
• Mixing utensils
• Measuring spoons
• Clear balloons
Pour the entire bottle of Elmer’s Glow in the Dark Glue into a bowl.
Add ½ tbsp. of baking soda and mix thoroughly. Then add 1 tbsp. of
contact lens solution and mix until solution gets thick and slime
begins to form.
Take the slime out and begin kneading it with both hands. If needed,
add ¼ tbsp. of contact lens solution to make the slime less sticky.
Stretch apart the opening of a balloon, and put about 2 tablespoons of
slime inside. Tie off the balloon so it’s secure.
You can make just a few or enough for your entire class. Let your
students use the Focus Slime as you see fit!
Lower the lights for the ultimate glow-in-the-dark fun.
*Adult supervision is required; this project is not appropriate for
children under the age of 3 years. Thoroughly wash your hands before and
after making and playing with slime. Warning: If large quantities of
contact lens solution are accidentally ingested (greater than a
tablespoon), get medical attention immediately.
*Some contact solution brands work better than others, check out our
Slime Tips section for all the details