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Looking for a fun activity that will keep your kids busy for hours? This DIY Silly Putty recipe takes less than 5 minutes to make and kids LOVE squeezing, pulling, stretching, and playing with their very own putty! Plus it only requires 2 common household ingredients (NO borax) and is so so EASY to make!

2-Ingredient DIY Silly Putty in Less than 5 Minutes

Looking for a fun activity that kids busy for hours? This DIY Silly Putty recipe takes less than 5 minutes to make and kids LOVE squeezing, pulling, stretching, and playing with their very own putty! Plus it only requires 2 common household

Safe & non-toxic for even the littlest hands! This edible silly putty slime recipe is EASY and fun to make (changes colors while you mix!) 3 Ingredients and NO glue, NO borax, NO liquid starch, NO detergent!

3-Ingredient Color-Changing Edible Silly Putty

Safe & non-toxic for even the littlest hands! This edible silly putty slime recipe is EASY and fun to make (changes colors while you mix!) 3 Ingredients and NO glue, NO borax, NO liquid starch, NO det(Diy Slime Recipe)

Dish Soap Silly Putty Video - Watch how to make this DIY silly putty using just 2 ingredients. So fun! Must try-

Dish Soap Silly Putty Video - Watch how to make this DIY silly putty using just 2 ingredients. Must try- (Diy Soap Slime)

What kid doesn't love putting their hands in something ooey and gooey? Kids will love being scientists for a day and making their own batch of slime, silly putty or gak. Because it's homemade you'll know exactly what's in it and can make sure that it is safe and fun for your kiddos!

Night Sky Activities for Preschool: Galaxy Slime

Night Sky Activities for Preschool: Galaxy Slime - Twodaloo. Very nice to learn more a bout Night Sky Activities.

How to Make Thinking Putty, The Best Stress Putty Recipe, perfect sensory play, therapy putty for special needs, autism, and working fine motor skills

How to Make Thinking Putty - The Best Stress Putty Recipe

How to Make Thinking Putty, perfect sensory play, therapy putty for special needs, autism, and working fine motor skills

Homemade Silly Putty - http://www.pbs.org/parents/crafts-for-kids/homemade-silly-putty/  Can use time that it is setting up to decorate a plastic Easter egg to store it in.  Remember to look up whatever gets real silly putty out of stuff to tell parents.

Homemade Silly Putty

Try this homemade silly putty recipe for a fun and sensory action-packed activity. 1 c liquid starch, white glue, food coloring opt. Mix all (if using food coloring, mix w starch before adding glue).

How to Make Homemade Silly Putty with Glue and Liquid Starch This stuff stretches and oozes. If you give it a sharp pull, it will break.  But if you hold it up, it oozes down. It’s thicker than slime and perfect for making prints with objects. We had fun mixing up several different colors of silly …

How to Make Silly Putty

How to Make Homemade Silly Putty with Glue and Liquid Starch This stuff stretches and oozes. If you give it a sharp pull, it will break. But if you hold it up, it oozes down. It’s thicker than slime

I LOVED silly putty as a kid and this homemade version is even better than the real thing! Your kids will love it and so will you :)

DIY SILLY PUTTY // I LOVED silly putty as a kid and this homemade version is even better than the real thing!

Glitter Goo! Just 2 ingredients! A.KA. Glitter slime, glitter silly putty.

The Best Easy 2-Ingredient DIY Slime Recipe For Kids (Borax Free)

Equal parts Elmer's Classic glitter glue & liquid starch. For "Goop," use Elmer's white glue instead of glitter glue and a few drops of food coloring. Whenever it gets sticky, just add a smidge more liquid starch.

Easy, non-toxic, & only 3 ingredients! This recipe for edible silly putty changes colors while you mix it! A fun, safe slime alternative (No glue required!)

3-Ingredient Color-Changing Edible Silly Putty

Easy, non-toxic, & only 3 ingredients! This recipe for edible silly putty changes colors while you mix it! A fun, safe slime alternative (No glue required! didn't your mother teach you not to play with your food