Making sparkly snowflake slime gets me to thinking about how much I love snow! We have already had more snow this year then we typically do and I am thrilled about it.
Sparkly Snowflake Slime
Making snowflake slime is a great snow day activity. Let's face it, anything snow related is loved by kids.
This slime comes together in no time and kids can play with it over and over again.
Ingredients Needed for Snowflake Slime
- 1/2 cup clear school glue
- 1/2 cup water
- Silver or white glitter, snowflake confetti or other items you choose
- 1/2 cup Liquid Starch
How to Make Sparkly Snowflake Slime
Take a large bowl and put the clear glue and water inside. Mix these together until they are well combined.
Now it is time to add the glitter and confetti. I like to use fine glitter because it seems to sparkle the brightest. Smaller snowflake confetti also works best. Stir the pretties into the mixture and mix well.
Go ahead and add the liquid starch into the mixture and stir…stir…stir…until it is no longer sticky.
Keep the sparkly snowflake slime in an airtight container so your kids can reuse it again and again!
Slime Keeps Kids Busy on Cold Days
Making slime can keep my kids busy for hours! There is no limit to their imaginations when it comes to slime making and I love seeing their creativity.
Yes…there are sometimes annoying messes, but they are learning to clean those up better now and the end product seems to make it worth the hassle.
I have some other really fun slime recipes you will want to check out while you are here!
- Root Beer Float Slime
- Bubble Gum Slime–yes it smells like bubblegum
- Back to School Slime
- Fish Slime
- Mermaid Slime
- Halloween Slime–only 2 ingredients
Let me know how your kids like this snowflake slime and grab some free snowman printables while you are here!
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Elizabeth Nunes says
This is awesome, my kids LOVE slime! I’m always looking to see how we can make it a little different. This one is really fun. Thanks for sharing!
xox, Elizabeth | Tired Mom Supermom