April 20, 2017 Sugirdha 2Comment

Kids always go crazy over slime play. Well, who  doesn’t?  How good is it to have a fun and edible slime recipe which is simple and quick to prepare and offers hours of playtime? Recently in Singapore, slime play become a school trend and according to my son, all of his…

April 11, 2017 Sugirdha

What it takes Preparation: 30 minutes Waiting: 2 hours Setup: 5 minutes Play: 30 minutes+ Clean up: 5 minutes How to make rainbow rice https://youtu.be/d6rYi0u3w6k Set it up for play Mix, Mix, Mix You can let your child take the reins and play anyway they like. I was expecting my…

April 5, 2017 Sugirdha

Water beads or water babies are wonderful for colourful sensory activity. You’ll find these at the gardening section of stores or online. My son and I used to play with these before. Though I always make sure we always got the non-toxic version, it is unsafe for younger kids who…

March 3, 2017 Sugirdha

You could never tire of watching this magical experiment which makes your milk burst into colours. This is the first time my toddler watched this and she was immediately addicted to it. She tried to recognise colours as they went ‘BOOM! BOOM!’ (in her own words). Haven’t heard of this science experiment…

January 22, 2017 Sugirdha

Oobleck – the sticky green slime substance named after the Dr Seuss book, Bartholomew and the Oobleck. You can simple call it corn starch slime although it is considerably different from any other slimes you might have encountered. This is the easiest example of non-newtonian fluid (a fluid that doesn’t follow…

January 28, 2015 Sugirdha 8Comment

Slime, Ooblek, Gak, Flubber, Silly Putty – it’s been called all that. I’d always wanted to make this. The way the goo oozes in your hand is just so irresistible.   But I found that I wasn’t going to get the most important ingredient here in Singapore – Borax, which…