1. Ingredients 1 tsp. liquid starch
Bag of sand ( any type of sand) 2 tsp. elmers glue all
Food coloring (optional) food coloring (optional)
Corn Starch pour glue in a bowl and pour
Water starch and mix together then put
in fridge for one night then enjoy
Measure out 9 cups of sand and put it in a large bowl, bucket or storage container. Add 3 cups of corn starch. Slowly mix in 2 cups of water and add more
water one teaspoon at a time until your sand reaches the desired consistency.
if you add too much water and your sand becomes goopy, spread it flat on waxed
paper and let it dry in the sun. Add food coloring a few drops at a time and
work it in with your hands until the
- Mix together the liquid starch and glue.
- Add food coloring if you want colored slime.
Borax-Free Slime Recipe #2
- 1-1/2 cups flour
- 1 cup cornstarch
- 1-1/2 cups water
- food coloring
- In a saucepan, mix together the cornstarch, 3/4 cup of water and the food
- Heat the mixture over low heat until it is warm.
- Stir in the flour, a little at a time, until all of it has been added.
- Stir in the remaining water. Remove the slime from the heat and allow it to
cool before playing with it.
Borax-Free Slime Recipe #3
- 2 cups cornstarch
- 1 cup warm water
- food coloring
- Stir the cornstarch into the warm water, a little at a time until all of the
starch has been added. The reason for using warm water instead of room
temperature water is because this makes it easier to mix the slime without
getting any clumps. You can add a little more starch if you want a thicker
slime. Add a small amount of water if you want a runnier slime. Also, the
consistency of the slime is affected by temperature. Warm slime will flow more
readily than cool or refrigerated slime.
- Add food coloring to achieve the desired color.
Borax-Free Slime Recipe #4
electroactive. If you take a small piece of polystyrene foam (e.g., Styrofoam)
and rub it on dry hair or a cat, you can put it near the slime and watch the
material edge toward the foam or even break off and stick to it.
- 3/4 cup cornstarch
- 2 cups vegetable oil
- Mix together the ingredients and refrigerate the slime.
- When you are ready to play with the slime, stir the ingredients together
(separation is normal) and have fun! The slime will be thick when it is fresh
from the refrigerator, but will flow more readily as it warms up. You can use
temperature to control the consistency of the slime or you can add a bit more
cornstsrch for thicker slime or a small amount of additional oil for thinner
Storing the SlimeYou can store the slime from any of these recipes in a
sealed container, such as a bowl or a plastic bag. The slime is good for a
couple of days at room temperature or at least a week if stored in the
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