2 Ingredient WOW Slime Recipe

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

2 Ingredient WOW Slime Recipe

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You are going to love this simple, perfect-every-time 2 ingredient slime recipe! Not only is it a great sensory kids activities, but here are 3 ways to play with slime for toddler, preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids.
2 Ingredient Slime Recipe - this recipe is AMAZING!! It is super easy to make, no borax slime recipe, it has the coolest way it moves and flows. Fun kids activities, summer activity for kids, sensory activity, science experiment for Newtonian fluid and just fun play for todler, preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, and more.

Slime is the ultimate kids activities. Kids of all ages love playing with this incredible sensory material!

Up until this point we’ve used a borax based slime recipe. It has a fantastic consistency, but we wanted to try something new. So we came up with this borax free slime recipe that is amazing to play with.

2 Ingredient Slime (NO Borax)

pour 8 oz washable glitter glue in bowl

Pour 8oz washable glitter glue in a bowl.

add sta flo to glitter glue to make slime

Add 1/2 cup Sta Flo.

mix until it thickens into a slime

Use your fingers to mix the ingredients together until it thickens into slime.

best slime recipe only 2 ingredients

This makes the best slime recipe

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It is fun to play with, has the cool flow to it when allowed to stretch, but still maintains its basic shape too.

Does your slime recipe do this

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    1. It keeps for many weeks, but it has the coolest texture right after making. After that it gets a little more "runny" but you can add more staflo to correct if need be. It won't go 'bad" though.

  2. I'm making this for a whole class. Therefore, I only have the budget to buy the 6oz bottles of glitter glue. Does the glue have to be washable and how much Sta Flo would you use for 6oz of glue?

  3. anyone know what the UK equivalent of Sta Flo is?!