It is time for more messy play in the bath & sink!
For those of you visiting Growing A Jeweled Rose for the first time, the purpose of this series is to encourage messy play by illustrating how easy it can be to contain and clean any mess. Each week, The Golden Gleam will share a messy play activity in the sink, and I will share a fun playtime in the bath.
Last week we shared the first of many Halloween activities we have coming up with a Glowing Witches Brew. This week we are sharing another messy Halloween activity in the bath with GLOWING Goblin Goo!
I incorporated Skully the Skeleton into this playtime and had him "surprise" the girls with the bath of Goblin Goo.
If you are unfamiliar with the fun Halloween tradition of Skully the Skeleton, you can read all about it here.
Rosie and Jewel were so excited when they discovered this skully surprise waiting for them just before bath. At first, I did not tell them that the goo glowed. They played with it for quite a while in the light.
Jewel loved the way to goo felt between her toes
Then I told them Skully had a special surprise. I hit the lights off and turned the blacklight on and the Goblin Goo was all aglow!
The girls loved the glowing Goblin goo even more!
Filling the bath with the goo allowed for the girls to explore freely with their whole bodies. All the mess was contained and easy to clean. All I had to do was turn on the water once they were done and the Goblin goo washed right down the drain.
To make Glowing Goblin Goo you will need glow water and corn starch. Slowly mix the glow water into the corn starch until you reach the desired consistency. You should be able to pick up the goo and then have it turn to a liquid in your hand. Once the goo is mixed, toss in eye balls, snakes, rats, and whatever else you think a good Goblin Goo would consist of.
If you do not have a blacklight, you can just use water to make your Goblin Goo and it will still be a super fun Halloween activity!
Don't forget to pop over to The Golden Gleam to see the fun she had with goo in the sink!
The other fun play times that have been shared in this series:
We share fun kids activities several times a week!
Stay connected to the fun by following us on Pinterest!
Other Ways to Connect