Halloween is just a few months away! I am so excited this year and can’t wait to make the first ever Halloween slime with my little daughter. She used to have the habit of putting things in mouth until recently. But she has stopped that habit now and loves playing with squishy items these days. I feel this is the right time to introduce slime to her. I have found a few easy-to-make Halloween slime recipe ideas for kids and I am so excited to share them with you!
If you are new to making slime, here is an ultimate slime guide from Little Bin for Little Hands. They explain everything including the right slime ingredients and the right slime consistency! You can be a slime making pro in no time!
Spider slime recipe for kids
Here is a spider slime recipe from Coffee Cups and Crayons which is full of fine motor activities for the kids and perfect for keeping them busy before the weeks of Halloween. Such a fantastic boredom buster for little ones!
Ectoplasm slime- A sticky Halloween slime recipe
If you don’t want to go for the traditional type of slime which gets off your hands easily, this Ectoplasm slime recipe from Momdot is perfect for you! This is a drippy slime that will stick to the fingers and provide a wonderful sensory experience to the little hands!
Glow in the dark pumpkin slime
Want to add some glow to your slime? This glow in the dark pumpkin slime from Learn Play Imagine is an awesome party favor kids will love. This is a simple 2-ingredient slime which makes the perfect non-edible treat for kids!
Witch’s Brew Glitter slime recipe
This Witch’s brew glitter slime recipe from Kid friendly things to do is yet another fun activity for a Halloween party. This is something you should check out if you want a Halloween slime recipe which your younger kids and teenagers will equally love!
Halloween slime party favors
Are you someone like me who loves everything glittery? Then you will love this Halloween slime party favors from The Farm Girl Gabs.
Magical Monster Slime
Magical Monster Slime from Lemon Lime Adventures is yet another Halloween slime recipe which uses glitter glue. You can store them in recycled baby food jars and it makes a fantastic non-candy treat for kids!
I hope you loved these amazing Halloween slime recipe ideas!
Which one is your favourite? Let me know in comments 🙂
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My son would love all of these! I think the glow in the dark would be really cool to make.
Glad to hear that Heather 🙂 I wish you and family a fun-filled Halloween! xoxo