101 Kids Activities That Are the Ooey, Gooey-Est Ever!: Nonstop Fun with DIY Slimes, Doughs and Moldables
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About the Author
Jamie Harrington is the creator of Totally the Bomb, author of The Unofficial Guide to Crafting the World of Harry Potter and co-author of the bestselling 101 Coolest Simple Science Experiments.Brittanie Pyper is the creator of Simplistically Living and the author of Adorkable Bubble Bath Crafts. Holly Homer is the creator of KidsActivities.com and co-author of the bestselling 101 Kids Activities and 101 Simple Science Experiments.
OMG! Frog vomit, kinetic sand, magnetic slime...This book is every kid's dream. Simple ingredients and easy clean up make it every mom's dream. What's not to love? Get ready for hours and hours of fun." --Melissa Bourbon, national bestselling author, teacher and mom of 5"My thirteen-year-old daughter, who considers herself a slime connoisseur, said, 'Some of the most creative slimes I've ever seen!' and I couldn't agree more. This book is a must-buy for any parent who wants to be a superhero for their child." --Elana Johnson, USA Today bestselling author of Love In Lavender "Brilliant! There is no better activity for kids than messy, ooey, gooey fun. This is the go-to resource for parents, teachers and caregivers everywhere for the best sensory play recipes around!" --Dayna Abraham, author of The Superkids Activity Guide to Conquering Every Day "The recipes in this book use household ingredients, a little science and amazing creativity to generate endless fun!" --Heather Petty, author of the Lock & Mori trilogy "Tactile-based play is one of the best ways for kids to explore their creativity and it promotes learning, language development, motor skills and social/emotional growth. 101 Kids Activities That Are the Ooey, Gooey-est Ever is a terrific book full of tactile experiments that kids will love." --Elena Epstein, National Parenting Product Awards Director