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Red Rockets and Rainbow Jelly

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We love nothing more than books andslimein our house (not mixed together literally though!). We devour books by the day, and often we like to extend the learning and love of a book through a craft. What you need: Paper, washing up liquid, a straw and paint. Scissors later to cut out your dinosaur shape. Mix the paint with plenty of washing up liquid into a low container. Pop in your straw, blow so the bubbles come to the very top of your container and then place your paper over the top – look at the effect. Once dry cut out a dinosaur shape Make yourself arainbow by using all seven colours and then get even messier by playing with them all together, and

Task 3 – Look at the picture of the different children(below) Discuss the differences you can see as well as talking about what differences they might have you don’t see – such as their likes/dislikes.Write down some of the differences simply e.g. hair, eyes. Now, we tend to invest in a few products that we make last over many months, but we also know not everyone can afford these products, so we’ll talk about our main way of makingslime, but we’ll also offer a cheaper alternative too!. So you need: It covers so many topics, from science, to maths, to creativity. Allowing your child to measure things out, and see the transformation is priceless! How to make slime on a budgetAdd paint to water, then add it gradually to the cornflour until you achieve the right consistency, and then have great fun playing with it all! Task 4– Make some rainbow jelly, discuss as a family which part of the jelly is your favourite and why – is it the colour or the flavour? Task 6– Make a coloured picture – choose a favourite colour and draw and colour all the things you can think of that are that colour e.g. Red – post box, school jumper, car. Yellow – sun, buttercup, etc. The simple rule with this recipe is 1:1 quantities for the glue and shaving foam. We tend to wing it, but obviously that doesn’t help newbieslimemakers, so here are some quantities for you all…

We adoreslime, from making it, then playing with it, and even creating cute and unusual things with it.Slimeis top of our ‘make’ list! We thought it would be a great idea to createrainbowslime, and with this thought, ourslimecreation was born… What do you need to make rainbow slime Task 3 – Ask your child to draw themselves with something they like such as fruit/food. Can they describe their drawing? Then on the same piece of paper ask them to draw a family member or a friend and draw what they like. You could annotate the picture or your child may like to attempt to write about who is in the picture and what they like. Task 5 – Make a coloured picture – choose a favourite colour and draw and colour all the things you can think of that are that colour e.g. Red – post box, school jumper, car. Yellow – sun, buttercup, etc.Task 5– Make some rainbow jelly, discuss as a family which part of the jelly is your favourite and why – is it the colour or the flavour? Task 4 – Using a large piece of paper ask your child to draw themselves and write I like… you could use a theme such as fruit/food or let them write anything they like, like in the book. Then on the same piece of paper ask them to draw a family member or a friend and write what they like e.g. Mummy likes… My sister likes…After the picture is complete help your child to write We like/love each other. Discuss the picture. Duplication of the materials is restricted to non-profit making educational purposes only. Otherwise, no part of these materials may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior permission of the Project Supervisor.

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