Learn how to spot animal tracks in the wild by creating a slime forest!
For this hands-on activity, I will teach you how to spot beaver and moose tracks in the wild. Then, I will show you how to make a slime forest, so you can create tracks with your animal figurines. This is a great way to teach kids about wildlife.
This project is ideal for children ages 4 and older with adult supervision. It takes about 20 minutes.
To make your gooey, slimy forest, you will need 1/4 cup clear school glue, green and yellow paint, a spoon, glitter, 1 cup liquid starch, a bowl, a tray and plastic animal toys. I have moose and beaver figurines in the video, but you can choose other wild animals.
If you have fun making forest slime with me, like this children's craft video, share it with a friend and subscribe to my YouTube channel! You may also like creating rainbow slime, so be sure to check out that video too!