Let's face it- kids like to be messy. Slime night is a chance to market a fun event that's a little out of the ordinary.
Tell students to wear messy clothes and bring their friends.
The key to slime night is having LOTS of slime. This can be done a couple different ways, depending on your budget and your resources. One way is to do it with Jell-O. See the Jell-O wrestling event above for how to make a bunch of jello.
The other way is to use products that people market. I encourage you to research what you use. The following is an example of a website who markets one called “Yuck!” We personally haven't used this product or website so please use your own discression.
Once you have your slime, plan the events you want to do with the slime. Obviously, you'll need a location where you can make a MESS!
Here are some fun activities, games and ideas from our sick and twisted page. Click here to see them.
- Jello/Slime Wrestling (On our EVENT IDEAS page)
- 12 Bags of Doom
- Eat Slime Through Pantyhose
- Slime Volleyball (See Gross Balloon Volleyball)
- Slime O War: Tug O War through a Jello/Slime Kiddy pool in the middle
- Pie Roulette
- Tug O Fish
- Ultimate Octopus
- Cake Head
- Slime Twister
- Pudding Fling
You get the idea. Just pack a night full of fun gross games.
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