Easter Slime Recipe for Kids
Your creative kid has made bunny after Easter bunny. Now you’re looking for something new to try. You’ve dyed eggs, made paper chicks and now…well, now what? Try making Easter egg slime. This activity combines art, science and sensory play — all into one.
- ¼ cup clear-drying school glue
- ¼ cup liquid starch
- ¼ cup water
- Pastel glitter
- Mix the glue and water together.
- Add the liquid starch and mix until it is slimy feeling. The mixture should gel together, but still be able to stretch.
- Sprinkle in the glitter. The more glitter your child adds, the more colorful the slime will become. Have your child roll and knead the slime to coat it with glitter.
- Mold the slime into an Easter egg shape.
- Repeat the steps to make more slime eggs.
Your child doesn’t have to keep the Easter eggs in their oval shapes. They can stretch, mold, move and play with the slimy stuff.
Keep in mind, this recipe isn’t edible. Always supervise your child while making and playing with slime. Never, ever allow your child to eat the slime or out it in their mouth. If your child has an allergy or sensitivity (or has easily irritated skin) to any of the ingredients, skip the slime.