Summer is coming! It’s high time to craft something for it and today we are sharing some recipes of summer slime for your kids – make some bright slime to entertain your children! Slime is so cool as it develops creativity and fine motor skills, and you can make your own slime yourself incorporating things that you like. Take a look at some ideas we’ve prepared!
Ice cream is a very summery thing, it’s one of the first things that comes to our minds when we are thinking of this season. Create cute ice cream sundae slime with a fun texture from foam micro beads. This non-edible slime recipe is easy to make and kids have so much fun playing with and molding the slime. These foam micro beads (expandable polystyrene) are added to slime and foam recipes to create texture and moldability. Keep in mind that this slime isn’t edible and keep an eye on your kids to avoid any issues or just change the recipe to make edible slime.
Based on cloud slime recipes, this blue cotton candy cloud slime is soft, fluffy, stretchy, and smells just like the delicious candy treat! This blue cotton candy slime recipe is a variation of cloud slime and smells absolutely amazing, just like the airy spun-sugar treat. If cotton candy is only pink in your mind, add pink food coloring. Make some cotton candy slime according to this recipe, and your kids will get wonderful sensory experience!
This confetti slime will be a great activity for a birthday party. Even though it may look like it tastes good it is not meant to be eaten, tasted, or put anywhere near your mouth. Make sure that you are only playing these kinds of sensory play activities with children who can tell the difference between food and slime. If you do play with smaller kids make sure there is always an adult present to help.
This DIY slime recipe is the easiest on the block! If you have kids at home this summer, you need a few fun activities up your sleeve. The author used a fail-safe recipe below, and threw a little slime making party to celebrate the arrival of summer. Offer your kids pompoms, googly eyes, sequins, and more! They will have much fun while making their own slime with the ingredients they consider interesting.
If you have young children, then you are aware of slime craze! With school out for the summer, it’s a great time to make slime with the kiddos. And since July 4th is not that far, this Patriotic Slime is the perfect way to get some red, white, and blue incorporated into your child’s play time. Two of the great things about slime is that it is so easy to make and the ingredients are pretty inexpensive. To store for play later, put the slime into a zip-close baggie or a plastic or glass jar. It will stay for at least a couple weeks. To make it last longer, have your children wash their hands before playing. And it’s always best to have them wash their hands after playing, too!
Do you remember using slime as child? Squishing it into small cups and relishing in the “delightful” sounds that it made? Then you do understand how much kids love slime! And it’s time to make some super bright summer slime to make these summer days even cooler. This super stretchy homemade slime is also super easy to make! In a nutshell, you need equal parts water, school glue and liquid starch. You can have fun, like the author did, with food coloring and glitter, but those are optional.
There is something about sparkly glitter slime that adds to the experience of making slime! Making glitter slime with clear glue is easy and if you want an even easier glitter slime recipe you can use glitter glue instead. This glitter slime can be made in any color! Choose any of your favorite colors to make this slime. This would be perfect to make for a birthday party, afternoon activity or even just for the slime fan in your house.
This fun slime contains orbeez, and if you don’t have them, you can use water beads if you like. They are cheaper then orbeez in my opinion. Whichever one you prefer to use they both work great. The more you stir the slime will become less sticky and you will eventually have a smooth slime that is non-sticky.
Glitter glue will allow you to make transparent colorful slime with glitter – what can be better for summer? Glitter all around! The tutorial is easy as always – mix Borax, water and glitter glue to get this cool slime. If the slime gets too slimy you can put it back inside and it will harden some more.