Fizzy Exploding Slime

For the longest time, my daughter has been obsessed with slime! We have tried so many different recipes. We had a book full of different varieties of slime recipes   If you have been on the slime crazy train, you know that some of the recipes work great and some are a total fail! Lately, we have had a win, win in the slime department!

I don’t think there’s an age limit on who loves a little slime around! After this was done and put in storage, no one could resist playing with it! This is a perfect recipe for your budding little scientist.  So let’s get started!!!

FIZZY EXPLODING SLIME INGREDIENTS

1/2 cup Elmer’s Washable White School Glue

1 tbs Saline Solution

2 tbs Baking Soda

1/4 cup White Vinegar

Food Coloring- 2 CONTRASTING COLORS

Small Container (for mixing slime volcano)

Small Cup (for mixing vinegar and saline)

Cookie Sheet

1: Place the tall container that you will be using onto the cookie sheet. Add the glue and baking soda. Start stirring the mixture. It will thicken as you stir.

2: Nothing makes an explosion better than color! We have the neon pack of food coloring, so we added 5 drops of the lime green, and then we stirred to combine. Add 2 to 3 drops of a contrasting color ( we used red) DON’T STIR! This will give you a fun burst of color.

3. In your other cup, mix the vinegar and the saline solution.

4: Pour the vinegar mixture into the glue and start stirring!

5: You will continue to stir until the eruption is complete! The slime will start getting harder the more you stir. When you can’t stir anymore because it’s become too stiff, pull out the slime. Take a few minutes to knead the slime and you’re ready to play!

The slime isn’t sticky! Your kids will love this!

Here are a few other recipes to check out! Glowing Slime, Saint Patrick’s Day Slime, and Homemade Slime.

 


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