Slime is all over the internet right now, everywhere I turn you see something about a DIY slime! I thought it would be fun to share some of the most popular slime recipes out there for you and your kids to try out today! You can find all kinds of slime recipes, some that are edible, others made with dish soap, contact solution and more. You never have to be slime-less again, with all the variations out there!
Head to your store, pick up the ingredients you need, and within a short time, you and your kids can have fun ooey-gooey slime to play with for endless hours of fun! Who knew slime was so easy to make? I always assumed it would take a ton of time, but it is relatively quick, and kids have so much fun creating the gooey slime!
10 Best Slime Recipes To Make
Lifesaver Gummy Slime| This is an edible slime that sounds so tasty. I can just smell the fruity goodness that this slime offers!
Easy Glitter Slime| This recipe uses glue and glitter to make a pretty fun slime in a blink of an eye!
Fake Snot Edible Gelatin Slime| Boys absolutely love this slime, it is all the things boys love! Things to play tricks on others and gross them out. This does look like a bad looking snot, but that is what makes it so fun!
Magnetic Slime| Yep you read that right, magnetic slime. They use iron oxide powder, which gives it magnetic properties.
Calming Slime| A really neat take on slime, they use essential oils, to help bring a peaceful scent to the slime! A liquid starch and glitter glue recipe.
Saline Solution Slime| A wonderful step by step instruction of how to create saline solution slime!
Emoji Slime| With the new Emoji movie coming out soon, this is one popular slime recipe! It even has printable labels, you can use for small containers!
Galactic Glitter Slime| Create an out of this world glitter slime, that looks like outer space! They use liquid starch and glitter glue for this recipe.
Rainbow Burst Fluffy Slime| This is a fluffy slime that is full of fun colors. Use any sprinkles you want to create the fun design of your choice.
Kinetic Slime| Looking for a new take on slime, try this kinetic slime. It is moldable that uses starch, glue and fine sand. Really neat, and kids love this fun twist, to a classic slime.
Have you ever made any homemade slime recipes?