This summer the hot kids craft is SLIME! And lucky for you (and me) it is super cheap to make and loads of fun. Slime oozes between your fingers when you pick it up, but won’t stick to your skin. It acts like both a liquid and a solid, sometimes at the exact same time. It can be made to glow in the dark, have small toys added to it or made of multiple colors. No matter which of these 22 ways to make slime at home you choose, I guarantee that your kids will have a blast playing with it (and you will too!). 1-Little boys and little girls alike will love this fancy Mermaid Slime.
2- If you hav an Elsa or an Olaf lover then you need to try out this Frozen Slime.
4- Show pride for the good ol’ USA and make a batch of Star Spangled Slime today.
5- Pink Heart Slime is perfect for showing your little one how much you love them.
6- You can add any small toy to this Pure White Slime, and find it easily even when played with.
7- Let your kids gross out their friends with this Snot Slime.
8- Spring has finally sprung, but Snowflake Glitter Slime never gets old.
9- This Chocolate Slime looks good enough to eat, don’t you think?
9- Teach your child all about the solar system while you make Starry Night Slime together.
12- If your kids have never experienced water beads, you must try Water Bead Slime.
13- With Rainbow Slime you can choose what colors you want your rainbow to be.
14- Highlighter ink makes Glow In The Dark Slime glow under a black light.
15- The only thing cooler than mermaids is Glitter Mermaid Slime of course.
16- Pink Princess Slime is made by simply adding gems and buttons.
17- Borax, glue and glitter is literally all you need to make this Glue Slime.
18- Most slimes you can not eat. But you can eat this Edible Slime!
19- Looking to avoid borax? Try this Laundry Detergent Slime!
20- Sewer slime is only ok when it is also called Ninja Turtle Slime.
21- You can use any variety of colors with this Ocean Swirl Slime.
22- You will need lots, and lots, and lots of glitter to make this Gold and Glitter Slime.
Slime Recipe Resources
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