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2 Ingredient WOW Slime Recipe

You are going to love this simple, AMAZING 2 ingredient Slime! Not only is this WOW slime recipe a great sensory kids activities, but there are lots of fun ways to play with slime. So grab these two ingredients for slime and you are ready to have lots of FUN! Try this easy slime recipe with toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade students. So if you are ready to learn how do you make slime with 2 ingredients? I will show you the the BEST two ingredient slime.

You are going to love this simple, AMAZING 2 ingredient Slime! Not only is this WOW slime recipe a great sensory kids activities, but there are lots of fun ways to play with slime. So grab these two ingredients for slime and you are ready to have lots of FUN! Try this easy slime recipe with toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade students. So if you are ready to learn how do you make slime with 2 ingredients? I will show you the the BEST two ingredient slime. 

2 ingredient slime

Slime is the ultimate kids activities. It is fun for kids of all ages, helps kids explore science,and is waaaay cool!  Kids of all ages love playing with this incredible sensory material! Get ready to be the coolest mom on the block with this outrageously fun 2 ingredient slime recipe that is easy to make and is the best slime recipe we’ve ever tried! Use this slime recipe with toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and grade 2 students. Our family is obsessed with this 2 ingredient slime recipe.

Sure, you can buy slime, but it is filled with so many extra filler chemicals and is so much more expensive than just whipping up your own bath. Plus, following instructions, creating the play recipe from scratch is a nother way to use this as a learning activity. Students will need to follow directions carefully and read cautiously. 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.

Easy slime recipe

Have you noticed kids tend to like the messiest activities they can get their hands on? When they are babies they dump a big, red spaghetti bowl over their head. Toddlers stomp in mud puddles and every rain puddle they can find. They love to dig in the dirt to find worms, get popsicles all over their faces, get driveway chalk all over their hands — the list goes on and on. We Mom’s are made of a different cloth…. we like things neat and orderly and tend to wipe and clean up after the kids non stop. I mean NON STOP! Because the messes the children make are non stop.

Well, turns out all that sticking their hands in different matierals is actually good for them. Sticking their hands in a variety of textures, temperatures, and experimenting with how it feels on their fingers, how it falls the the surface, and how it reacts to different cause and effect is crucial to their development. Tactile learning can help students learn more, understand better, and work through problems more efficiently. Basically, sensory play is science for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners. Think about it – they try something to see what will happen. Then they repeat their experiment to see if it happens again, and again. They may changes to their experiment and try it again to see if the reaction will be the same.

So when you think about sensory play as an early educational activity – I guess we say bring on the mess….. ahem…. controlled mess.  Some simple ways you can help your preschooler learn about the world around her through touch and feel include:

  • sand box
  • sensory bing
  • water table
  • bath time
  • kinetic sand
  • slime (more on that in a minute)
  • foam
  • eating jello
  • playing with playdough
  • arts and crafts
  • sorting buttons
  • planting a garden
  • painting with their fingers
  • wearing a variety of textures
  • getting lots of hugs and kisses (physical touch)
  • and the list goes on and on…..

 

Best Slime Recipe

Let me introduce you to our favorite silme recipe – this 2 ingredient slime recipe is super easy to make and quick to whip up so you wont have to wait long to play! This easy slime recipe is seriously the best you’ve ever played with!

pour 8 oz washable glitter glue in bowl

Making Slime

Start out by making sure your little helpers have clean hands – nothing is more gross than seeing crumbs and buggers in your oozing slime, am I right?!

Okay, now get a large bowl. We like to use our metal mixing bowls, but a plastic bowl or tupperwear would be another good choice. I like to use a breakable container just in case…. Now pour 8oz washable glitter glue in your bowl.

Sure, you can use any liquid glue, but this washable glitter glue makes stunning colors and a wonderful texture – plus it saves the step of adding glitter. We’ve also found that using glue with glitter already in it cuts down dramatically on the glitter found around the house – a big plus in Daddy’s book! You can get the glitter glue in various colors including: red, pink, purple, blue, green, and yellow. We really like the royal blue coor with all the sparkle and shimmer. You can get any brand; they sell these on Amazon or in the store at Walmart, Joann Fabrics, Michaels, Hobby Lobby, etc.

add sta flo to glitter glue to make slime

Slime recipe

Now you need something to make a chemical reaction with the glue. Since this is a borax free slime we decided to use Sta Flo. You can get this blue liquid near the laundry detergent. It is used to starch clothes. As with any non-edible things you use with your kids, watch the kids to make sure they don’t ingest it. We don’t eat glue or sta flo! Now add 1/2 cup Sta Flo to the glue in your bowl.

mix until it thickens into a slime

Easy Slime Recipe

You can use a fork or spoon to mix it, but it is going to get so sticky, and you are about to play in this dough anyways… so we like to get our hands in it and mix it with our fingers. It mixes up in just a few minutes. It is super cool. If you want it thicker to make more of a gak or putty you can add more Sta Flo.

Use your fingers to mix the ingredients together until it thickens into the right texture. That’s it. It really is that easy.

best slime recipe only 2 ingredients

Non Borax Slime Recipe

As your kids mold the mixture and watch it flow and ooz through their hands and make a lovely pool. Seriously, this makes such pretty, shinny, and sparkly ribbons of slime. I was having so much fun pstretching, watching the mixture flow, pulling it up without any mess – I didn’t want to let the kids get ahold of it! This makes the best slime recipe. You will love it this slime recipe for kids easily goes back to a ball without sticking on your hands or surfaces. It is all the fun of slime without any of the mess! YAHOO!!

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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

I told you how to make slime with two ingredients was easy! This stuff is seriously AMAZING!

Edible Ice Cream Playdough Recipe - amazing 2 ingredient playdough recipe perfect for toddler, preschool, kindergarten and kids of all ages for an ice cream thing, kids activity, or summer bucket list #playdough #playdoughrecipes #icecream spider slime recipe Amazing Bubble Artwork for Kids - this is such a fun, simple, colorful and FUN summer activity for kids! This kids activities is not only fun to make but makes a beautiful art project too for your summer bucket list. Perfect for toddler, preschool, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade kids.

Favorite Kids Activities

Looking for more fun ideas for kids? You will love this outrageously fun activities for preschoolers and beyond:

100 Amazing Food Experiments for Kids - so many clever edible science projects for kids of all ages to explore chemistry, biology, physics, and earth science! #scienceexperiment #scienceproject #kidsactivities capillary-action-science-experiment-for-kids DIY Lava Lamp - super easy way to make your own lava lamp with simple things you have around your house. This homemade lava lamp is such a fun science project for kids of all ages to sneak in some summer learning. This science experiment is for toddlers, preschoolers, pre k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and kids of all ages at home, homeschool, summer camps, classroom, etc.

Science for Kids

Looking for lots more fun, science experiments for kids? You’ve GOT to try some of these outrageously fun science experiments for kids! We have so many fun, creative and easy science experiments for elementary age children:

This amazing color changing slime is going to blow your mind! This heat sensitive slime will actually change color as your kids touch it because it is heat sensitive! This is a super cool project for kids you MUST TRY! Must try summer activity for kids to add to their summer bucket list  Help kids learn about what is under their skin with this fun, interactive, and hands on human body project for kids from toddler, preschool, pre k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students. This can be a simple life size human body project or use our free printable templates to add bones of the body, organ templates, and more. This engaging science project is EASY and LOW PREP too.  Looking for that really cool science experiment for kids that grabs kids attention, teaches, and makes them say WOW! This squishy circuits project is fun and easy to do with a kid-approve Lego theme to keep preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students engaged. All you need are a few simple materials to try this Electricity Science Experiments and you are ready to play and learn! There are so many fun variations for this electricity experiments for kids

This amazing color changing slime is going to blow your mind! This heat sensitive slime will actually change color as your kids touch it because it is heat sensitive! This fun science experment for kids is a great way to teach kids about thermochromatic pigment as they explore by play. This is a MUST TRY science activity for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students. spider slime recipe If your kids love slime - they are going to flip over making Rainbow Slime! Use this rainbow activity for kids as part of your next rainbow theme for spring or summer. This colorful slime recipe is also a really fun St Patricks day activity, a weather activity, or a color theme too!   Toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade and 4th grade students will love this rainbow art ideas. Just follow our simple rainbow slime recipe and we will show you how to make rainbow slime.This amazing new gummy bear slime uses actual gummy bears to make this fun-to-play-with edible slime! This edible slime recipe with gummy bears is perfect for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students. Use it as a kitchen science experiment, play recipe for tactile exploration and sensory activity, use it for a fun rainy day project, or simply use it because it sounds like fun to play with gummy bears today!

Slime Recipes

Looking for more fun-to-make easy slime recipes? You’ve got to try these slime recipes for kids:

Get ready for a REALLY fun st patricks day activity with this gold slime! It is super quick and EASY to make this gold glitter slime that looks so cool as it oozes, stretches, and drips. Use this outrageously FUN st patrick's day activities for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and grade 2 students! But watch out or sneaky Leprechauns may try to steal your gold! Christmas-Fluffy-Slime-Recipe Glittery Purple Valentine Slime amazing-melting-snowman-slime-recipe

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Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of 123 Homeschool 4 Me. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! She has created over 1 million pages of printables to help teach kids ABCs, science, English grammar, history, math, and so much more! Beth is also the creator of 2 additional sites with even more educational activities and FREE printables - www.kindergartenworksheetsandgames.com and www.preschoolplayandlearn.com

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