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Learn how to make this easy monster slime for Halloween! With just a few ingredient you can whip up this squishy, stretchy slime in minutes!
We love getting our hands into squishy, stretchy slime!
This easy monster slime is so simple to make.
There’s no Borax required, and your kids will be playing in no time!
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Kids love sensory play! The more the better.
Play that stimulates their senses encourages kids to explore and investigate. It also helps build motor and verbal skills.
Sensory play is definitely something kids and parents alike can love.
When we can’t get outside and into nature, there are a ton of ways to add in sensory play indoors.
Slime is always a favorite sensory activity!
There are so many different ways to engage in sensory play both inside and outside.
This easy monster slime is a fun way to incorporate sensory play this Halloween!
Ready to whip together this simple slime recipe?
Let’s get slimy!
This monster slime recipe really couldn’t be any easier!
First, pour the whole bottle of glitter glue into a mixing bowl.
Don’t worry about making a mess.
I promise once you add the other ingredients, the bowl will clean up really easily!
Next, stir in the baking soda.
This adds a little more substance to the slime and makes it a bit more puffy feeling.
It also makes the slime slightly less translucent.
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Finally, add in the eye contact solution.
Start with one Tablespoon.
If your slime is too sticky, add a few more drops in and stir again.
The eye contact solution is what reacts with the glue to decrease stickiness and create the stretchy substance you’re looking for.
Next, separate the slime between the kids.
It’s time to add the eyeballs!
They had so much fun squishing in the eyeballs to make their monster slime.
My littlest chose the jumbo eyeballs, while the boys squished in tons of tiny ones.
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My kids spent the better part of an hour just stretching and rolling their slime.
They made alien monsters, snakes, and slime balls.
They had a blast!
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If their hands get sticky at any point, just squirt a few drops of eye contact solution on their fingers.
This will help the slime stay stretchy and not get stuck to their hands or the table.
What are your favorite ways to encourage sensory play?
Does your family have a favorite slime recipe?
Share your best tips and slime-tastic ideas in the comments below!