Are you up for some slime-making fun? ‘Cause you’ll love how cool and unique these slime recipes are!
I’m always thinking of ways to keep my kids entertained (preferably indoors) during school holidays. I’ve discovered that with slime, they don’t complain about being bored! That’s a great win for me. So, I thought, we might up our slime game a little bit.Click below to join our survey panel! Earn CASH, give your opinion, and have a voice from home!
Just a reminder that these recipes can include more ingredients than the basic slime recipe and can also be more messy so the young ones must have adults with them when doing the activity.
Here we go…Colourful and super fun slime recipes the kids will absolutely enjoy making!
I can imagine Agnes squeal and say “It’s fluffy I’m gonna dieeee!” This unicorn slime is easy to make and so entertaining. Look at those pretty colours!
For galaxy loving kiddos, this one’s gonna be mind-blowing. It’s like having the entire milky way in the palm of your hands!
Making rainbow slime can definitely turn up the mood during rainy days!
We made cotton candy slime before but this recipe makes the slime more fluffier and more cotton-candy like as if it’s the real deal!
Do you get snow there where you live? In some parts of Australia we don’t. If the kids wanna see snow but you still can’t go on a holiday to play in the snow, this slime recipe is good for now. hehe!
Soo blue and beautiful and sparkly! Awaken the mermaid in you!
Bug and slime – two things kids enjoy touching and playing with. These two together and the kids are going to go crazy over this slime recipe.
Perfect for Halloween or just when you have some glow in the dark paint lying around somewhere…
This DIY honey slime is just like real honeycomb – but prettier! The glitter and sequins really added more to the slime, but you can definitely do without it and just with the tiny toy bees.
Definitely a great Earth day project or just an activity to celebrate our beautiful planet.
Clear slime may not be as vibrant as the other recipes in here, but it’s the most versatile one and you can add about anything without second guessing or ruining the look!
Missing summer? This Fish in a bag is a great indoor activity for kids who miss summer during the colder months. You can also opt to put this in a jar – nope, you don’t need to put it in these treat bags!
Ohhhh amazeballs! The kids are going to have a great time with this starry night slime.
Are you doing a watermelon-themed party? Or maybe the kids just looove watermelons. This one’s for you! Just make sure the kids are supervised when making these because the slime ballz are tiny and you also need to paint the container if you want to achieve the watermelon fruit effect.