Though there’s still a month left before Halloween, why not start it earlier with your kids? There’s a great sensory toy idea for Halloween, which develops children’s creativity and fine motor skills, and it’s sure to keep your kids busy and interested for a long time, and it’s slime. Halloween slime is very bold, maybe spooky and super cool, and the good news is that you can DIY it. We’ve prepared a whole bunch of tutorials to make Halloween slime in various colors and with spooky or not very much details, let’s take a look!
Throw a Mad Scientist or Halloween slime party using this amazing slime recipe with PVA. This slime recipe requires a 4% solution of polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) and Borax. You can purchase the Clear Slime Kit or use the instructions below as a guide if you already purchased these materials somewhere else and you’re looking for better ideas. The result is cool slime, which is no worse than commercial ones.
Here’s a super cool, super stretchy, and absolutely homemade Halloween slime recipe the kids will love. Feel free to customize the colors and creepy items to match your style too! This slime is super easy to make and you can whip up any colors you want in minutes. Homemade slime is a great kid science project and sensory activity in one. Watch the video and make the slime!
Homemade slime is also a great science demonstration and is hands on learning for so many ages. Plus you can dress up basic slime recipes for each holiday and season with cool themes. This Halloween slime is perfect for Halloween: there’s Bat Slime and Slime in a Pumpkin. Learn how to make homemade slime in 5 minutes, and you will want to make it all year round!
If you’re looking for a fun and creepy Halloween craft or activity to do, you’ll love this green eyeball Halloween slime! It’s gross and spooky looking and full of fake eyeballs for a Halloween party or craft. Add as many eyes as you want to make the slime super spooky and inspire your kids to play this Halloween.
This slime features a super bold purple shade, which is non-traditional yet very cool for Halloween. It’s full of purple glitter and confetti spiders – perfect for a creepy Halloween time. This slime is very easy to make, and it makes a big bucket full so there’s enough for 3-4 kids, and your kids will get hours of fun from this slime.
These awesome cauldron Halloween slime party favors are made with glow in the dark slime, eyes, pumpkins, spiders and bones! Fill cauldron cups with slime and add decorations. You can set up a small display so kids can create their own slime mixture with spiders, bones, pumpkins, wiggly eyes and more!
Making slime is a great boredom buster! This recipe includes only three basic ingredients to create a project that keeps kids busy for hours. This one eyed blob would make a fun party craft, or even a unique Halloween party favor. You could make your own slime any color you want, and even add glitter to it for a different effect!
This slime is inspired by an animated movie, which is called Hotel Transylvania 3. There are three different shades of slime: emerald with glitter, black with glitter and neon green that imitate monsters from the movie. You may go for your own colors and shades if you want, just add glitter for more fun!
Homemade slime is an all-time favorite around here. This homemade glow in the dark slime recipe is a fun activity for kids that will keep them occupied for hours! Glow in the dark crafts are fun for kids and great for late night parties. The slime is activated by light then glows in the dark. So awesome and so eye-catchy!
Some kids may want to eat slime or gak, and if your kids are like that, you may need borax-free slime. Here’s a slime recipe, which gives you a totally edible and chemical/borax free slime. It’s no cook, super easy, and takes less than five minutes from start to finish! It feels so soft and slightly cool that sometimes you just gonna wrap your entire forearm in it.
This spider slime for Halloween is unexpectedly white – no neon green, purple or blue! It’s super clumpy and thick and there are spiders inside, the slime can be gathered in a big clump, almost like a creepy hanging egg sack. Though this slime is non-toxic, it is not meant for kids to taste or eat, if your kids can do that, you may control them while they are playing or look for edible versions.
These awesome Halloween slime jars are a great non-candy Halloween treat idea with this Halloween slime. You can make a large batch of one kind or make them all! Either way, kids will love receiving these adorable Halloween slime jars. Watch the video tutorial and make these slime jars for Halloween!