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This is the Buckets-O-Fun Saucy Yuck Slime! This is pretty amazing and fun stuff. We got the 1 lb packet that will make 35-60 gallons of slime depending on the consistency that you want your slime to be. We just made a small batch and used about a half gallon of water and added 2.5 tablespoons of the slime powder to it. It comes with tint tablets to color your slime with for even more fun. We used 1 tablet and it made it a pretty pastel pink color. My 6-year-old daughter has autism and ADHD, so sensory play is a great thing for her and this stuff is great for sensory play. They have multiple size options so you can buy up to 50 pounds of powder which makes this a great option, not only for individuals, but also for schools and other large organizations. The slime was very quick and easy to make! You just add your water to a container, make sure the container is big enough so it will be about half full of water, then you add the powder to it. So simple and easy yet will provide hours of fun! They have 4 different textures of slime including the saucy, chunky, slimy, and snowy. In our next review we will be reviewing the chunky since it takes 24 hours to absorb the water. These provide great choices for multiple sensory play exposures for both avoiders and seekers. Even my NT children, ages 14 and 15, enjoyed playing with the slime. The saucy slime has like an applesauce texture to it. Even better is that this slime is non-toxic, which is one less thing for us as parents to have to worry about. The slime comes with an instruction and activity pamphlet with tons of ideas for different uses. I will definitely be using this type of slime in the future and hope to try the slimy and snowy some time.
***I received this item for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion, which is what I have given***
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