Confetti Slime Recipe Little Ones Will Love

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Whether you are a teacher or a parent, you know that kids learn and develop core skills through play. This Confetti Slime recipe allows kids to identify different textures, build their fine motor skills, and is a great way to teach science. Kids of all ages will love learning and playing with this slime. 

This slime is also a great way for younger kids to learn their colors. Try seeing how many pink, blue, green, or yellow confetti pieces they can find. Identify colors, count, and even make slime letters. As long as you keep it fun, the kids won’t even know they are learning. 

confetti slime

What You Need

You don’t even have to leave the house to get all the craft supplies you need. Simply hop on over to Amazon to get them delivered right to your door. 

bag of confetti

How to Make Confetti Slime

  1. Combine 4 oz. of glue, 2 oz. of cold water, and 1 tablespoon of contact lens solution into a mixing bowl. Mix this slowly for about a minute.
  2. In a separate cup or bowl, mix 4 oz. of warm water with 1 teaspoon of baking soda. Stir the slime until the baking soda is  dissolved.
  3. Now pour the baking soda mix into your glue mixture. Stir very gently for about a minute with a craft stick.
clear glue

4. The slime will now be stretchy. Let this sit for 5 to 10 minutes to allow the ingredients to settle and gel together. 


5. Test your slime. Knead the slime to activate it and if it is too watery, be sure to add a few extra drops of contact lens solution. Gently knead and watch the slime thicken over time. 

6. Finally add the confetti. This is the fun part, the colorful confetti will look fantastic in your clear slime and will be such fun. 



confetti slime ball
confetti slime

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If you liked this slime recipe, be sure to check out these other slime recipes:

Confetti Slime Recipe

Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy crafts here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!

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