Who is this course for?
Do you have a child/ren over the age of 4?
Is your child/ren driving you crazy with their attempts at making slime?
Is slime taking over your life?
Do you want to have fun with your child/ren?
If you can answer yes to any of the above then this is the workshop for you.
Come and have fun, learning from a mum with experience of successfully making slime.
You will be guided, by our parent tutor, through the processes needed to ensure you 100% success rate in making slime.
We will be using household products and exploring science as we create and play.
You will leave with a new found knowledge and confidence of creating your very own science lab in your home.
The session is designed to promote working with your child/ren in a supportive setting where your creativity will unfold and you will be inspired by each other and proud of your achievements together.
Make special memories and leave with a pot slime and lots of creative ideas of how to use your slime safely at home.
Support and feedback
You will get continual support and feedback from your tutor throughout the session and have opportunities to discuss and review your progress.
Additional costs and requirements
Come dressed for mess.
All resources will be provided.
Please bring a pot to take you slime home in.
The session is most suitable for families with children aged over 4 years.
Please contact your local centre to provide details of your accompanying child/ren.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
You will not need to do anything in your own time, but we hope you will leave inspired to continue making and playing with slime at home.
About the tutor
Amanda graduated from the University of Kent and worked at the Kent Institute of Art and Design.
Amanda moved to the West Country and has worked for Learn Devon, tutoring adult and community learning courses for Devon County Council since 2002.
Gillian has more than 30 years of experience working with children and families. She has been a Learn Devon Tutor for over 22 years delivering courses – in schools, the community and within the Art centre.