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How To Make Slime - About.com Education
Have fun! Store your slime in a zip-lock bag in the fridge (otherwise it will develop mold). Tips for Slime Success. Use white glue, such as Elmer's brand.

HOW TO MAKE SLIME - METHOD 1 - ScienceBob.com
You will need * 1/4 cup of water * 1/4 cup of white craft glue (like Elmer?s glue) * 1/4 cup of liquid starch (used for clothes) * Food coloring (optional)

How to make Glitter Slime - The 36th AVENUE
I am sharing today a tutorial that your kiddos will love. We { Mimi and I } are showing you how to make Slime. in just four simple steps. Well, not just slime but ...

4 Easy Ways to Make Different Types of Slime - wikiHow
How to Make Slime. Slime is always popular with the kids and the reason why is simple ? it's lots of fun! It is much cheaper to make at home, and easy to do. Here ...

How to Make Slime | Sea Lemon - YouTube
Watch more videos - http://bit.ly/SeaLemonDIYChannel Subscribe - http://bit.ly/SeaSubs DIY SLIME WITHOUT BORAX - http://bit.ly/14qy1dU In this tutorial, I ...

How To Make Slime with White Glue and Borax | GAK
Homemade Slime. Pin It. This is a fun and easy slime to make. Make it with white glue for opaque slime, or glue gel for translucent slime. What You Need:

Make Slime with Glue and Borax - ScienceBob.com
More Slime Fun! A little glue, a little water, a little borax, and a lot of science fun. Turn your kitchen into a science lab today by mixing up a batch of this silly ...

4 Ways to Make Slime Without Borax - wikiHow
How to Make Slime Without Borax. Slime ? sometimes called "Gak",Goo, "Oobleck",ooze,etc...? is a glob of goo that feels cool and creepy to the touch. In other ...

Slime Recipe - How to Make Borax and White Glue Slime
To make slime, all you need is borax, white glue, water, and food coloring. Photo Credit: Gary S Chapman, Getty Images

How to make slime - Rookie Moms
Homemade Slime Ahhh slime. There?s something about squishing that rubbery goo in between little fingers that makes our kids squeal with delight.



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