Make this two-color Halloween slime in just minutes using ingredients safe for even the smallest hands. Let’s get started with a little spooky science!
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If your kids are anything like mine, you hear, “How many days until Halloween?” 300 times a day in October. I even created this cute Halloween countdown printable because I was being asked in August!
We like to come up with easy, quick crafts to help generate excitement about holidays. Halloween is filled with so many opportunities, both learning-centered and just plain fun. Click here to see all of our Halloween crafts and food ideas.
We are no stranger to awesome slime recipes here on Ruffles and Rain Boots. This Halloween slime recipe is a play idea which would allow you to focus on science, fun, or both!
Ingredients and Supplies for Halloween Slime
You’ll need a small craft bowl and spoon to mix each of the slimes and an airtight container to store them.
NOTE: this makes a lot of slime. If you need a small amount (great for little hands), make one batch or half the recipe using the measurements in parentheses.
- 2 x 5-ounce bottles of clear glue
- 1 cup water (divided into 1/2 cup portions)
- 2 tablespoons contact solution (divided into 1 tbsp portions)
- 1 teaspoon baking soda (divided into 1/2 teaspoon portions)
- acrylic paint in orange and black (neon green would be fun, too)
- sequins in orange and black
- extra fine glitter in orange and black
How to Make Slime for Halloween
These two colors start out separate and after a great deal of mixing form a new color! Depending on the amount of paint used, the final color will be different with every mix.
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