This Frozen Inspired Elsa Slime is an interesting slime because of the textures and colours. With the addition of all the add-ins, it becomes a crunchy slime. This is particularly good for kids who are sensory seekers.
When you think about the movie Frozen, a certain song may come to mind. If you want to give the full Elsa effect, you can sing the song while you make this slime.
Frozen Inspired Elsa Slime Recipe:
- 5 oz. of Elmers school clear glue
- 1/2 cup water
- blue colorant (you can also use food colouring, paint or pigment)
- blue glitter
- blue sequins
- faux snow (confetti)
- ‘diamond’ beads
- snowflake charms
- 1/2 tsp. baking soda
- 1 Tbsp. contact solution
- In a bowl, pour 5 oz. clear glue.
- Add 1/2 cup water. Mix until the glue has broken up and is incorporated into the water.
- Add a few drops of blue colorant, mixing until you get the perfect blue.
- Sprinkle in your glitter. Stir.
- Add in all of your mix-ins (snow, snowflakes, sequins, etc.).
- Mix in 1/2 cup baking soda. Baking soda will help determine your slime’s thickness.
- Add 1 Tbsp. of contact solution. Mix in. The slime will be ready to knead when the slime pulls away from the sides of the bowl.
- Knead the slime. It will be sticky at first, but as you continue to knead it, it should become more the consistency that you’re looking for. If it’s still too sticky, you can add a drop or two more of the contact solution, but be careful not to over activate.
- Store in an airtight container when not in use.
This slime provides visual, tactile, and proprioceptive feedback. Because of all the textures and crunch incorporated in this, it has more tactile input than most slimes. By stretching, pushing, kneading, pulling, and pressing, kids will get proprioceptive feedback as well.You can expand the sensory play value of this by adding in Frozen mini figurines. This allows kids to use their imagination and create different storylines. You could also make a Frozen Inspired Sensory Bin.
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