Are you looking for a fun activity to do with your kids? Why not make some snowflake slime! This slime recipe is easy to make and is sure to keep the kids entertained. All you need is some glue, water, liquid starch, and some snowflakes. Kids will love playing with this slimy mess of fun!
Can you use just glitter for the slime?
Yes, if you'd prefer to not add anything else into the slime you can use just glitter.
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Can you make slime without glue?
Yes, you can make slime without glue by using contact lens solution instead. Contact lens solution contains boric acid, which is a type of weak acid that helps to create the slime's sticky texture. In addition, the saline solution in contact lens solution helps to make the slime more stretchy. So if you're looking for an alternative to glue when making slime, contact lens solution is a good option.
Is slime edible?
It depends on the type of slime. Generally, edible slimes are made from ingredients like cornstarch and baking soda, which are harmless and won't make you sick if you eat them. However, some slimes contain harmful chemicals or ingredients like glue, so it's important to read the ingredients list carefully before eating any slime.
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Tools needed to make Snowflake Slime
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Snowflake Slime Ingredients
Directions to make Slime
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- 1/2 cup clear school glue
- 1/2 cup water
- glitter, snowflakes or other confetti
- 1/2 cup Liquid Starch
- In a large bowl, combine the glue and the water and mix until well combined.
- Add in your glitter, confetti, snowflakes to your desire. Mix well
- Add the half cup of liquid starch and mix. Keep mixing until it's no longer sticky.
- Store in an air-tight container.
So there you have it! Our easy recipe for snowflake slime. We hope you and your kids enjoy playing with this fun winter sensory activity. And if you do, be sure to share photos of your creations with us on Facebook or Instagram. We can’t wait to see them!