After reading the instructions we realized that these little packets packed a lot of power, but took quite a bit of time to absorb the water to become the product. Although the boys were a little disappointed they couldn't have instant gratification, they still enjoyed watching the transformation process and the anticipation of being able to play with the finished product.
I definitely advise playing with the yuck products outside. Well, because they are fun and things get messy and slippery. As the Buckets-O-Fun advised, you do NOT put this stuff down your drains in your home. You throw it away in a trash can or even put it around your plants in your flower gardens.
Our middle school ministries at church holds an event called Fear Factor every October. Next year I hope we will definitely be using Sticky Yuck as a part of our event!
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