Happy FRIDAY!!! Today is an exciting day with lots of new things happening. I have a New Edible Slime Recipe developed by yours truly, 33 more sensory play activities that are perfect for Halloween, a ton of Halloween themed roundups full of great ideas, and my very first Giveaway that I hope makes you $500 dollars richer. With all this Halloween stuff going on, I can no longer pretend that summer is not ending. It’s time to dive into fall and Halloween activities and I am so glad you are here to dive in with us!
3/4 C. Tapioca Starch
2 C. Water
1/4 tsp Jello or Food coloring (optional)
I found our tapioca starch in a local Asian market. It is used as a thickener similar to corn starch.
Just to give you a heads up, this slime is SUPER sticky which I think makes it SUPER fun to play with. We had to wash our hands with a lot of soap and water to get clean, but the kids didn’t mind after all the fun they had.
To store, I placed our slime in an air tight container in the fridge.
1. Put all ingredients in a pot. Place on the stove on medium heat and stir constantly until it thickens and turns translucent. Our batch was ready in 5 minutes.
|All slime ingredients mixed up in the pot. It looks white at first and will turn translucent when ready.|
2. Let slime cool down so it’s safe to touch, then let kids play, stretch, and squish the slime for a fun sensory experience.
Slimy Spaghetti Sensory Activity For Toddlers by Hands on As We Grow
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Thanks for linking up @ Saturday Science! Your slime post fit so nicely with my roundup 🙂 I've got this post pinned and scheduled to share via Facebook and Twitter this week 🙂
Hi Jay, Thanks so much!
My two-year-old is going to be OBSESSED with that slime! Looks like so much fun! Thanks again for stopping by the #SHINEbloghop!
Hi Katie-it's pretty crazy stuff for sure! Have a great day 🙂
Fantastic! Whay kid doesn't love a bit of slime? And perfect for Halloween 😉
Thanks for taking the time to stop by, visit, and comment! I am pretty sure all kids like slime, at least I am hoping! 🙂
Love this, we've been making slime today 😀 #pintorials
Thanks so much! That's exciting, slime is so fun 🙂
Thanks for sharing at the #WWDParty!
Hi Antionette, thanks so much for visiting!
Hello! Just stopping by from the Raising Memories linky party – this slime recipe looks great, the feature photo really caught my eye. I'm pinning it for later!
Thanks for stopping by, I am so glad the picture interested you! I was pretty captivated at how stretchy our slime was and was glad I caught it on camera
My son is 15 months and I think he would love to play with that slime! Closely supervised of course 😉
I hope he enjoys, my son really liked squeezing the slime.
wow so many ways to enjoy Fall which just happens to be my favorite season 🙂 I know for us we go on hay rides and pumpkin picking, we paint acorns and craft , thanks for gathering these for us and sharing 🙂 @tisonlyme143
Thanks so much! Fall is fun, and Halloween is one of my favorite holidays for sure!
HI Heather, good luck I hope it works for you 🙂 We attempted 4 types of slime to come up with this.
I am definitely trying a few of these! Great fun!
Thanks so much! I hope you enjoy 🙂
My son would LOVE the slime! I'm going to have to find some tapioca starch!
Hi Kim, I am so excited to hear it! I hope you can find some starch. They do sell it online if you can't find it locally 🙂
These are awesome! Your slime turned out great. We have yet to make slime that turns out, LOL!
Hi Amanda thanks! The slime was fun to figure out. We tried 4 different types, I have a ton of slime in my fridge now. 🙂