Chocolate Kids Activities Slime for Kids

Edible Chocolate Slime Goop Recipe

Kids will go nuts over this edible chocolate slime recipe. You only need 2 ingredients to make this fun chocolate slime that will delight children of all ages from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd graders. Use this for a fun chocolate activity for kids any time you want to play with slime. Plus this chocolate goop is perfect for a Valentines Day activity in February, chocolate theme when learning about the Aztecs, or to celebrate National Chocolate Day on Octoboer 28.

Kids will go nuts over this edible chocolate slime recipe. You only need 2 ingredients to make this fun chocolate slime that will delight children of all ages from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd graders. Use this for a fun chocolate activity for kids any time you want to play with slime. Plus this chocolate goop is perfect for a Valentines Day activity in February, chocolate theme when learning about the Aztecs, or to celebrate National Chocolate Day on Octoboer 28. 

Edible Chocolate Slime

Slime. It’s a whole movement, isn’t it? We have tried so many different slimes. Some with glue, some without. Some with baking soda, some with contact solution and others with borax. We had never tried pudding and cornstarch, though. That is exactly how this Two Ingredient Chocolate Slime is made. Plus, did I mention this is an edible slime recipeI love chocolate. So this slime with chocolate seemed like a no brainer. Your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and grade 2 students will love this easy slime recipe too!

easy Edible Chocolate Slime recipe

Chocolate Slime

To make this chocolate slime, you’ll need 2 simple ingredients you probably already have on hand:

  • Chocolate Pudding (we used the kind in the cup)
  • Corn Starch
  • Chocolate Chips (Optional)

Chocolate Goop

Chocolate Goop

Start by putting two pudding cups worth of pudding in a bowl. Next add some corn starch. We ended up using about 1 ½  cups, so pour some in and mix. Once that is mixed, add some more corn starch in. You’ll want to stir in between each time you add corn starch, to make sure you don’t add too much. Continue to add corn starch until your slime is not sticky anymore.

You won’t be able to mold it like playdough, but it does make a slime swirl. Which apparently, according to my daughter, is one way you can judge the quality of a slime. This one was a good quality, according to those standards.

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After we played with the slime for some time, we added some chocolate chips. This added a fun texture, but is not required. The slime still smelled fantastic even without the chocolate chips. 

Slime is exciting to make and experiment with, but it is also a fabulous tool. Not only is it a great fine motor activity and a sensory focused activity but it can also work as a tool for calming down. It is soothing to stretch between your hands, squeeze and manipulate. 

Make practicing multiplication and division fun with these free winter math worksheets for 2nd graders, 3rd graders, and 4th graders. This winter math has fun hot chocolate theme printables to help students work on Multiplication and division fact family. Simply download pdf file with fact family worksheets and make practicing math fun this December, January, and February. Make listening for initial sounds in words FUN with this beginning sounds match! Use this hot cocoa themed phonics activity in December, January, and February. The winter printables has kindergarten, pre-k, and first grade students sort the phonics marshmallows into the correct alphabet mugs based on the beginning sounds for kids. Add this phonics printable to your winter theme for literacy. Simply download pdf file with the beginning sounds game to make learning fun even if it is cold and snowy outside!  how to make hot chocolate sequencing pictures

Hot Chocolate Printables

Looking for more hot cocoa themed printable activities to make learning fun? Try these free resources:

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Snowman Printables

Looking for snowman worksheets and educational snowman activity ideas? You will love these resources!

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Winter Printables

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. 2 ingredient wow slime recipe 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:

This No Stick Gingerbread Slime Recipe is not only fun to play with, but it smells amazing too!  This easy Gingerbread Slime is perfect for strengthening and engaging little hands for some sensory play in December. Make a gingerbread man out of slime, stretch, mold, oooooz and have lots of fun with this Christmas activity for kids! We love this Gingerbread activities with toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students! leprechaun slime valentines slime amazing-melting-snowman-slime-recipe

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About the author

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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