Slime is fun to play with regardless of the occasion. Pull, stretch, knead, push, and play using this easy Easter slime recipe. This provides great sensory feedback while having fun.
Homemade slime is great for any occasion. In the video below, you’ll see just how easy it is to make this slime at home.
Easy Easter Slime Recipe:
- 1 cup Elmer’s Clear School glue
- 2-3 Tbsp. contact lens saline solution
- 1/2 tsp. baking soda
- purple/pink, blue, and green metallic mini beads
- Easter bunny erasers
- Pour the glue into a large mixing bowl and stir the baking soda into it.
- Begin to add the contact lens solution a few drops at a time as you stir.
- When the mixture begins to pull away from the bowl, begin kneading.
- Add the beads. Continue kneading.
- Fold in some of the bunny erasers or offer them to your child to add to their sensory play.
- If the slime is still too sticky, add one or two drops more of contact solution and continue to knead.
- When you’re not playing with it, store it in an airtight container.
Be sure to use adult supervision with this or any other sensory play activity.
The slime created with this recipe is nice and stretchy. This activity offers tactile, proprioceptive, and visual sensory feedback.
Easter Slime Gift:
If you want, you can make this slime recipe as a gift. It’s great for adding to an Easter egg hunt or Easter basket. All you need to do is put the slime inside a medium or large size plastic egg and close it.
Check out some of our other Easter sensory activities: