Put Me In The Zoo Slime

Published on 3 July 2022 at 19:38

Making themed slime is a great way to hold their interest while enjoying a good book.

This week we are matching an easy to make slime with Dr. Seuss Put Me In The Zoo Book to make this Put Me In The Zoo Slime. Once you know how to make this simple slime recipe you can explore even more themes as your child advances to new adventures in reading.

Making slime is so much fun. I am sure your kid has already made a batch of slime or two or has been asking to make it. You will love the easy to make slime recipe below because it is kid-friendly with easy to find products in most stores. The best part is that this recipe does not include any contact solution or harsh chemicals. It’s a win-win for slime time!

You can match slime to many wonderful kid’s books including Dr. Seuss, and the How To Catch Series. Keep your eye on my blog for more upcoming slime recipes.

How To Make Put Me In The Zoo Slime

What You Needed

Note: You may also need a mixing bowl and wooden popsicle sticks for stirring.


  • Pour clear glue into a bowl. Add 3 teaspoons of the Magical liquid and mix well.
  • Add pom pom’s and mix well. The mixture will still be sticky at this point.
  • Now add another 3 teaspoons of the magical liquid and mix well. The mixture should be getting less sticky at this point. If it’s still sticky, add one more teaspoon of the magical liquid and start to knead with hands.
  • Continue to knead until it’s no longer sticky.
  • Have fun playing with your slime!

Note: Store in airtight baggie for up to 1 week.

Are you looking for a few slime products to help get you started? Here are a few of my favorite slime do it yourself items I like to keep on hand for those rainy day, indoor projects.

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