UPDATE: I’ve updated the Elmer’s slime recipe ingredients to include the 2 recommended brands of contact solution since some people couldn’t figure out what to buy!
You may remember that last year I tried a toddler-friendly slime recipe that pretty much was a messy goeey disaster! With all the bad coverage slime has been getting in the news lately I love that Elmer’s has a whole page dedicated to worry-free slime here where you’ll find tips & tricks to create your own batch and of course recipes like this pretty Glitter Slime recipe! Although our Mud Slime recipe has been INSANELY popular! In fact they even sent us this great recipe and photos to go along with it for you! They’ll be sending me some samples to so I can create some new ideas for you guys but in the mean time here is a great slime “alternative” recipe that you can safely use for kids ages 3 and up!
ELMER’S SLIME RECIPE AND INSTRUCTIONS:
- 1/2 TBSP of Baking Soda
- 1 TBSP of Contact Solution (USE BioTrue or Up & Up brands!)
- 4 fl oz Elmer’s White school glue
- Your choice of food coloring
- Find a bowl, cup, or plate to mix your slime in.
- Pour out the entire contents of a 4oz of Elmer’s school glue into the bowl.
- Add ½ TBSP of baking soda and mix.
- After mixing, add your choice of food coloring.
- Mix and/or add more food coloring until you get the color you want.
- Add 1 TBSP of Contact solution.
- Mix until slime forms and it begins to get harder to mix.
- Take the slime out and begin kneading with both of your hands.
- If needed, add ¼ TBSP Contact solution to make the slime less sticky.
*Adult supervision is required; This project is not appropriate for children under the age of 3 years
*Warning: “If large quantities of contact solution are accidentally ingested (greater than a tablespoon), get medical attention immediately.”