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The ULTIMATE guide to slimes.  Recipes for slimes, flubber, flarp, and even edible (taste-safe) slimes!  Fun for all ages.  In addition to recipes, there are several fun ideas for how to play with slimes.  From Fun at Home with Kids

We love slimes here at Fun at Home with Kids, and to follow up the fun Slime Week we had on our Facebook page, I've compiled the ULTIMATE guide to slimes.  Be sure to click on the links below to get the full recipe or details for each of the slimes/activities mentioned!  And don't forget - if your slime fails, check out our slime troubleshooting post for answers on what went wrong and how to fix it!  Oh and last but not least, if you're from the UK and looking to make slime, be sure to read our post on how to make slime with UK ingredients here!

Recipes for Slime


Glitter Goo from a Girl and a Glue Gun
Sparkly Slime Recipe from Learn Play Imagine
Jelly Silly Putty from Paging Fun Mums
Molten Lava Slime from Fun-A-Day


Edible Slime Recipe from Blog Me Mom
Pumpkin Slime Recipe from Learn Play Imagine
How to Make 2-Ingredient Slime from Learn Play Imagine


Glow in the Dark Slime from A Pumpkin and a Princess
Edible No-Cook Slime from Fun at Home with Kids
Fluffy Slime from Sow Sprout Play
Bubbling Slime from Epic Fun for Kids
Infant and Toddler Safe Slime from Child Central Station


How to Make Glitter Slime from 36th Avenue
Rainbow Slime in Preschool from Teach Preschool
Ocean Slime from Buggy and Buddy


Galaxy Slime from Twodaloo
Homemade Flarp from Mandy's Recipe Box
Princess Slime from Craftulate

Ocean Swirl Slime from Twodaloo
Polka Dot Slime from Fun at Home with Kids
Rainbow Slime from Learn Play Imagine


Activities with Slime

Reusable Bubbles from Twodaloo
Art and Flubber from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
Flubber Slime Baskets from Juggling with Kids
10 Slime Fine Motor Activities from Lalymom
Playing with Slime from Chocolate Muffin Tree
Color Mixing with Homemade Slime from Learn Play Imagine
8 Awesome GAK Activities from Carrots are Orange


Comments

  1. What a slimeriffic roundup!! This is fantastic.

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  2. the Edible No Cook Slime link takes me to the Glow in the Dark Slime

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    1. Ack! Thank you SO much for letting me know. I just fixed it! :)

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  3. Thanks for the fun ideas ! We made 'Arctic slime' with white glue and glitter for a birthday party last week and it was a hit. Your troubleshooting tips were super helpful too :)

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    1. SO fun! I bet it was so sparkly and beautiful!!!! And glad to hear the tips were helpful. Once you've made it a few times, you'll be a total pro. :)

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  4. Thank you, Asia, for including our art and slime post! Am sharing on all my social platforms. :)

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    1. Oh, thank you Sheryl! That is so kind of you! I looooove that post. It is such a creative way to use slime!!!!

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  5. Do you have any idea of how long the slime should last? It seems to vary quite a bit among the sites listed. Thanks!

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    1. It will vary a bit depending on your humidity, how gross it gets (hands, floor, etc), and what you've added to it (some ingredients like scents cause it to turn faster)...but a safe bet is at least 2 weeks. We've had some last 6 weeks or more.

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  6. For the glitter slime, would you know if the glitter sticks to the hand or stays on the slime? Thank you!

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    1. It depends a bit on what type of glitter you add and how much, but in our experience a small amount can come off on your hands as you play. I hope that helps!

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  7. We loved the slime!! Hey how do you get it out of clothes?

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    1. Awesome! Just soak any trouble spots in vinegar and you should be able to peel the slime right off! :)

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