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Ooey, Gooey LEGO Slime Sensory Bins

Have fun with these “awesome” LEGO slime sensory bins!

As you may have figured out already we are big into LEGO here. We love it! It is always fun to combine LEGO with other activities to make them all the more fun.

Making slime is a great science experiment. You can introduce the word polymer and talk about it a bit. Plus you are concocting a new material from other materials.

Add to this the fun play aspect of LEGO and you have yourself a winning activity boys will enjoy.

I found a video to explain a bit of the science behind slime and share that below.

LEGO Slime Sensory Bins bring a whole new dimension to playing with LEGO. What fun! Click the image to see all of the great bins.

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LEGO Slime Sensory Bins:

The first one is an ooey, gooey white slime with minifig heads and studs. A lot of fun play opportunities here as you can add whatever pieces you would like and create a theme. LEGO Minifig slime.

Molten Lava Slime! This is so neat. The color is fantastic and . . . Bonus – it is done with LEGO Star Wars. You make 4 batches of slime in different colors so he will have a blast mixing colors as well.

Another LEGO Star Wars winner here.  Yoda’s Swamp Bubbling Slime World–how can you go wrong with a name like that?! Green slime that bubbles, yes, it actually bubbles. We like this so much. They made a playdough island for land.

Using LEGO Mixels with slime is a great idea! They are certainly slime worthy. They look so alien-like (at least I think they do—do you?) This one is a totally lime-green alien style slime. Wow.

Another fizzy, bubbly version of LEGO Slime is this bridge building adventure. Build a bridge over the slime for your minifigs.

Here is the video I was telling you about. In it you’ll hear a basic explaination of what is happening scientifically.

There are quite a few ways to make slime. I would stick with the suggestions made in the links for the activities if you want to do the activity and have it turn out like you see in the pictures.

If you just want to experiment (and why not, right?) try different recipes and see which your boy likes best. They all have a different texture, stretchiness and feel to them.

The kit below with the glue has everything you need to make a slime shown in the video. Or try the Glow in the Dark Slime Science Lab – fun! I like this extras kit because it has a great variety of add-in and it is inexpensive for what you get too.

Slime Geek DIY Elmer's Glue Slime Kit -How to Make Glow in the Dark Slime Science Kit – A Classic

For additional sensory bin fun try 10 Sensory Bins for Boys

susen @Dabbling Momma

Saturday 24th of January 2015

Thanks for sharing such fun at our FB Share day!!

Sheila Rogers

Saturday 24th of January 2015

:) Thanks for allowing us to share Susen

Helen @ Peakle Pie

Sunday 18th of January 2015

Thank you for sharing with #weloveweekends

Sheila Rogers

Monday 19th of January 2015

You are most welcome Helen. Thanks for having it.

Helen @ Witty Hoots

Sunday 18th of January 2015

I like these (being a tomboy myself) as they are fun & fab at he same time. thank you for joining in with the #frugalfamilylinky

Sheila Rogers

Monday 19th of January 2015

Thanks Helen! I am/was a big tomboy myself and am very into LEGO :)


Sunday 18th of January 2015

This is soooo awesome! My 5yo is OBSESSED with lego, he would absolutely love this :D Thank you for sharing with Frugal Family - don't forget to link up another post next Thursday! xx

Sheila Rogers

Wednesday 21st of January 2015

Thanks for stopping by Charlotte. I am so glad you think your son would enjoy these LEGO bins! Have fun :)

Vicky @ Mess For Less

Saturday 17th of January 2015

I love these new ways to play with LEGOS! I never thought of incorporating them with slime.

Sheila Rogers

Monday 19th of January 2015

They are pretty neat aren't they. I saw one and needed to go find some more. Lots of fun!