Raising A New Age Princess. A Business Letter. A Slimy Experiment(!)

Slime.  An Engaging Substance.

Creepy to My Mind.  Enchanting to Kids.

The DIY Recipe is a Goopy Mess.

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  1. Add glue to mixing bowl.
  2. Add water to glue and stir to combine.
  3. Sprinkle baking soda into mixture and stir to combine.
  4. Add food coloring and glitter as desired.
  5. Add saline solution and stir quickly to form the slime!



Then We Discovered WildBrain’s New Web-Series Kiddyzuzzaa Land.

And Neon Slime.

The Adventures of New Age Princesses in 2018.  With Tons of Sparkle and Slime.

Hello Olivia, Lilliana, Esme, Isabella and Malice.

Thank You Kiddvzuzzaa Land.


Check it Out!  Princess Sleep Over Goes Wrong.


Now to Make the Slime…


Ta Dah.  5 Minutes.  Done!

 Oh.  And the Business Letter?

Every Princess Must Know How to Write a Proper Business Letter.

But to Make the Task More Inviting….Add Some Slime!

So Slime DIY is the First Letter Writing Campaign.

Miss Doodle is Certain She Will Not Receive a Response.

Hmmm.  We’ll See.


Are You Parenting a New Age Princess?

Oh Good.  Togetherness.

@WildBrain can Help(!)

#kiddyzuzaaland   #notjustaprettyprincess

And Loving Almost Every Minute.  🙂


9 thoughts on “Raising A New Age Princess. A Business Letter. A Slimy Experiment(!)

  1. There is a great little science component that you can add to your slime making activity. You can learn a little bit about molecules and activators and what really happens when you combine all these slime ingredients! Read all about it here with our basics of homemade slime science.

  2. I have a new age princess or a scientist… lol… she makes slime, mixes everything I have to see how it reacts together… once when she was younger she mixed all my spices together… lol.. it was a mess but she had fun.

    Your new age princess looks like she had fun making all the slime with the glitter xox

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