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Overview

    Slime Making and Plaster Painting

    Creating stretchy and puffy slime followed by painting plaster figurines sounds like a fun and dynamic activity for kids! Here’s a step-by-step guide for the entire process:

    Step-by-Step Guide:

    1. Plaster Painting:

    Introduction:
    Introduce plaster figurines as the next creative project.
    Figurine Selection:
    Each child chooses a plaster figurine to paint.
    Painting:
    Provide acrylic paints, brushes, and water cups.
    Encourage the kids to paint their chosen figurines with vibrant colors and creative designs.
    Drying Break:
    Allow time for the painted figurines to dry.
    Display and Take-Home:
    Once the figurines are fully dry, display them for everyone to see.
    Inform the kids that they can take their painted plaster figurines home after the activity.

    2. Break Time:

    Provide a break for the kids to enjoy their slime, perhaps with a snack or refreshments.

    3. Slime Making:

    Introduction:
    Start with a brief introduction to the chemistry behind slime and its fun properties.
    Basic Slime:
    In a bowl, mix white school glue with a small amount of contact lens solution until the slime forms.
    Add baking soda to enhance stretchiness.
    Optional: Add food coloring for extra fun.
    Puffy Slime:
    In a separate bowl, mix white school glue with a small amount of contact lens solution until the slime forms.
    Add baking soda to enhance stretchiness and combining shaving foam
    Mix until the slime becomes fluffy.
    Playtime:
    Allow the kids to play with and explore the textures of both stretchy and puffy slime.

333 Old South Head Rd, North Bondi NSW 2026, Australia

5 - 12 years old

3 hours


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Accepts creative kids vouchers

Where to find us

333 Old South Head Rd, North Bondi NSW 2026, Australia

About the provider

For some classic fun, paint at Plaster Master Fun Centre.


We provide

1. Your most beloved Plaster figures, animals, and cars are waiting for you to paint them however you please. To really make them pop, we can optionally add gloss and glitter.

2. Our wide selection of ceramic money and jewelry boxes, bowls, mugs, plates, vases, and vases that you can customize with your own chic and wild patterns. After 10 days of being fired in our kiln, these ceramics are safe to eat and can be used for their intended purpose.

3. Every year during the school break, we host camps with brand-new activities.

4. Children's events: painting, slime, and puppet performances


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