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Fun with hands-on science and five fun and slippery Valentine’s Day Slime Recipes! Dig into some sensory fun this February!
5 Valentine’s Day Slime Recipes for Sensory Play
1 Create a little Valentine’s Day chemistry with a Heart Slime recipe from Little Bins for Little Hands.
2 Mom Dot Com has a fabulous non-Borax recipe and video tutorial for Pink Glitter Slime. Perfect for Valentine’s Day fun!
3 Spice up your Valentine’s Day Lemon Lime Adventure’s recipe for Red Hot Slime. Spicy!
4 Try a different feel (but still slimy) with a Floam Slime Recipe for Valentine’s Day from Little Bins for Little Hands.
5 If red and pink isn’t your thing, try this goopy and fun Edible Chocolate Slime recipe from The Soccer Mom Blog.
More hands-on science here: Valentine’s Day STEM Activities
More Valentine’s Day fun from the Resource Room
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4 replies on “5 Valentine’s Day Slime Recipes for Sensory Play”
Just an FYI… any recipes that use liquid starch DO contain borax/ boric acid/ borate. It’s a preservative in the starch and is why it will work for making slime. Same with contact lens solution. 🙂
Oh thanks Melly! I didn’t know that!