Borax-Free Slime RecipesApril 27, 2017 / byArena / Categories : Feeds
Slime is such a great sensory activity, and these borax-free slime recipes are taste safe for little ones who like to explore with their mouths.
We gathered the best safe slime recipes online — so let’s have some chemical-free fun!
Borax-Free Slime Recipes
Edible Valentines slime is so gooey — change the color to make it work any time of year!
This three-ingredient slime recipe makes fluffy slime without borax! via STEAM Powered Family
Edible slime is perfect for younger children who may put the slime in their mouths. via Growing a Jeweled Rose
Did you know you can make slime using this drug store ingredient?! So cool! via One Little Project
Gummy bear slime is the ultimate edible slime. via Sugar, Spice and Glitter
We love this edible galaxy slime — she even added glitter! via Describe in One Word
Fizzing slime is such a fun sensory activity. via Little Bins for Little Hands
Not quite slime, but this marshmallow play dough is safe and fun to play with! via One Little Project
This fun borax-free slime is like a cross between play dough and slime. via Fun at Home With Kids
Woah! This safe slime is made with just water, salt, and glue. Cool! via eHow
Baking soda is the secret ingredient in this borax-free slime. via Michaels
Here’s another awesome taste-safe slime recipe. via Kids Play Box
Make slime from candy! via Sugar, Spice and Glitter
Fun, right? If you are wanting to make more traditional slime, check out our favorite ooey gooey slime recipes.
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