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Slime is so popular this year; in fact, stores now advertise glue for slime purposes too. You can make slime with regular school glue, food dye, detergent and saline solution for glasses. Or you can buy slime premade for between $1 to $5. This slime kit sold at Target goes for $17.99 and you can make different types of slime, including glitter slime, fish bowl slime, crunchy slime, dough slime, thick slime. If you add foam balls to slime, it makes it crunchy.

 

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