Easy to Make Slime: Fun Sensory Toy

We understand how fun summer can be for children, and how parents can sometimes run out of ideas to keep the kids busy, especially on days when they are stuck inside.  For the craft below, make sure to protect the floor underneath your work surface.  If any materials come in contact with your carpet, here’s a great link to clean it up!

Slime is a fun sensory toy for toddlers and even older children. It is fun to feel and play with. Adults can enjoy the slime too, they can play with it at work to de-stress and spark creativity. Find out how to make slime easily, with only a few ingredients! Below are directions for blue slime. However, you can make whatever color you want; simply choose color and glitter that you prefer.

What You Will Need:

Liquid Starch (This is usually used for ironing when it isn’t making slime!)


Blue Glitter

Blue Food Coloring

Elmer’s Clear Washable Glue



In a large mixing bowl, mix ½ cup of warm (it will mix better if the water is warm) water and ½ cup of the clear washable glue. Use an electric hand mixer for this part.

Next add 4-6 drops of food coloring and glitter. Use 2 tablespoons of glitter, feel free to add more or less.

In a separate large mixing bowl, add ½ cup of liquid starch. Slowly add the water/glue mixture into the liquid starch bowl. Use hands to mix all the ingredients well.

After the mixture has turned to slime, place slime into a dry container and let it set for another 30-40 minutes. Then have fun playing with your blue glitter slime.  It will last for several days!