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Making slime has been a hit for a lot of kids. It’s so easy and fun to make, you don’t also need a lot of supplies. If you’re looking for a quick and a tactile activity that kids can have fun playing for hours, then this slime activity is something you should not miss out on.
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How to Make Crystal Clear Slime
- 1 cup Elmer’s Clear Glue
- ½ cup warm water
- 2 tsp baking soda
- 2 tbsp. + 1 tsp. Contact lens solution
- 1 small mixing bowl
- 1 large mixing bowl
- Optional: Glitter or confetti
1. Mix the baking soda and warm water together in a small mixing bowl until the baking soda is dissolved.
2. Pour the glue into the large mixing bowl.
3. Slowly add the baking soda and water mixture in the clear glue and mix slowly until combined.
4. Stir in the contact solution until slime forms.
**The slime will be cloudy and bubbly. Store the slime into an airtight container for 3-7 days until the slime is clear.
Once the slime is clear, it’s ready for playtime.
Note: Slime may return to a cloudy and bubbly state after playing with it for a while. Simply add slime to the airtight container when finished and wait for it to return to clear.
When you play for a while with the slime, it may return to a cloudy and bubbly state. Just place the slime into an airtight container when finished and wait for it to return to clear.
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What do you think about this activity? Did you have fun? If you want to personalize this slime, you can pick a decoration of your own – glitter, hearts, or whatever you like. We’ve also made a slime especially for the 4th of July, check it out! If you love this activity, you might want to try these other activities/crafts Butterfly Sensory Bottle, Magic Milk Experiment (here’s another good STEM activity) or you can choose from here 20 Sensory Bin Activities for Kids.
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