Even in the dark you will be sure to see your kids smiling faces as they play with a homemade batch of Glow in the Dark Slime! We love this recipe because the slime glows without a black light, doesn’t require us to make a borax solution, and is super fun to play with! It’s so easy to make and it glows without a black light (but you could always turn one on to make it even brighter). This glowing activity certainly makes it to the top of our list with our Glow in the Dark Puffy Paint Paintings.
My kids have fun with this slime with the lights on and off as you can see in the pictures. Now get ready to make your own Glow in the Dark Slime and take your own pictures of your kiddos having as awesome time playing with this cool sensory activity!
This recipe does not call for borax or glow in the dark paint. With that said you should always make sure to supervise any child activity including this one and make sure all participants know that the supplies and slime are NOT edible.
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Elmer’s Glow-in-the-Dark Liquid Glue-affiliate link (We love this stuff!!!)
1 tbs. contact solution
1/2 tbsp baking soda
Elmer’s Glow-in-the-Dark Liquid Glue, Great For Making Slime, Washable, Assorted Colors, 5 Ounces Each, 4 CountEquate Saline Solution, Contact Lens Solution for Sensitive Eyes Twin Pack 2 x 12 fl oz (2×12 Fl Oz)Arm & Hammer Baking Soda – 16 oz
Watch our video tutorial or continue below to our written directions.
Pour the glue into a bowl. Mix in the baking soda.
Add the contact solution slowly until the desired consistency is reached.
Take the slime out and knead it (like bread dough) until it feels like slime. If it feels too sticky add a little bit more contact solution. If it feels to stiff add a few pumps of lotion to make it stretchier.
Thanks for playing with us today! We hope you have a “glowing” day!