If you are looking for a fun new slime recipe your kids are going to flip over, try this Halloween inspired Easy Spider Slime Recipe that takes 2 minutes to make! This dish soap slime is no stick and just might be our new favorite slime recipe!
In a bowl mix 1/4 cup corn starch and 1/4 cup dish detergent.
Now add in 4 oz bottle of white glue and 1/3 cup Sta-Flo (liquid starch) mix well and then knead together.
Now you are ready to play! The slime feels great and is so much fun to play with.
It flows beautifully off of your hands and then sits like silly putty on the surface it lands on.
Then just put it into a ball and dab the slime up and it easily picks right back up for more fun!
We loved seeing how it flowed back and forth in beautiful sheets. Just stunning!
You can always add more Sta-Flo if it is too sticky, but ours was perfect! This Easy Spider Slime Recipe had a beauiful flow, landed like silly putty, and easy to clean up.
We realized this slime looked just like cobwebs at times so we decided to make it a fun Halloween slime!
Halloween Slime Recipe
The kids had so much fun playing with the slime using these spiders.
HINT: Use the extra spiders for some fun, hand on learning activities from our Bug Unit.
Isn’t it cool how the spiders are climbing up the slime cobwebs!
This is such a fun way of making slime using a slime without borax recipe.
And, one of the things we love about this amazing dish soap slime recipe is that your hands smell great and are squeaky clean when you are done because of the dish soap in it!
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