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Easter Chick Slime

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Easter Chick Slime is a super fun craft to do with your child to celebrate Easter and take advantage of some amazing sensory play.  Perfect for Easter basket gifts too! Fill some Easter slime inside of a plastic easter egg.

Easter Chick Slime 

 

This is quickly becoming one of my favorite crafts of all time.  Not only is this Easter Chick Slime beautiful it has so many wonderful sensory benefits.  When several senses are stimulated while playing, children get more opportunities to explore, discover, and develop their own creativity. 

 

 Personally, I wanted my children to have all of their senses stimulated young so that they could develop their own creativity and just enjoy some good old-fashioned fun.  This is an easy slime recipe.

Making Homemade Slime

Making homemade slime also offers an amazing opportunity to share a project with your child.  As busy as our lives get, I always found that setting aside a special craft of recipe to do with my children, would help ensure that I was fully present. 

You can easily change up this recipe by choosing a different color food coloring and confetti.  

Easter Chick Slime

What Do You Need For Making Chick Slime 

  • 4 oz. clear glue
  • 1 tbsp contact solution
  • 1/2 tbsp baking soda
  • 2-3 drops yellow gel food coloring
  • 3 tbsp Easter Chick confetti

How To Make Easter Chicken Slime

 

I share exactly how to make this slime below. You pretty much toss ingredients in, stir and mix until they are in the form of slime. 

 

You will find sometimes you need to adjust the ingredients if it is too runny or too thick. Once you get the consistency you want, then go from there and let the kids start playing and creating. 

 

This is a stretchy slime that will provide hours of endless fun for your child. 

 

Kid Playdate Slime 

One thing to think of is making slime and then storing it into single serve containers to give to each child who comes over for a playdate. Then each child will have their own container they can play with. 

 

Or you can take time to let all the kids make their own slime that they can take home. 

 

How To Store Slime 

I tend to buy just a tupperware with a lid that I place the slime in. This will help keep it protected and prevent it from drying out. 

If you leave it out it can dry out and become stuck to things a lot easier. 

 

Feel free to have fun with the colors you pick and glitter you add to make a custom slime that will win over any little kid who wants to get their hands a little messy. 

Easter Chick Slime

More Fun Easter Ideas 

  • Hello Kitty Eggs | Here you can decorate eggs like Hello Kitty! This is so fun and easy, I think you and your kids will love the fun design! 
  • Naturally Dye Easter Eggs | Want a natural way to dye Easter eggs? Here is a great tutorial that walks you through how to do this. 

 

Easter is such a fun holiday, and this slime is one that my boys loved playing with when they were younger. I mean I even like it as an adult. 

 

Have fun and enjoy this rainy day activity! 

Easter Chick Slime

Easter Chick Slime

Easter Chick Slime is a super fun craft to do with your child to celebrate Easter and take advantage of some amazing sensory play.  Perfect for Easter basket gifts too! Fill some Easter slime inside of a plastic easter egg.

Materials

  • Ingredients:
  • 4 oz. clear glue
  • 1 tbsp contact solution
  • 1/2 tbsp baking soda
  • 2-3 drops yellow gel food coloring
  • 3 tbsp Easter Chick confetti

Instructions

    1. In a bowl, mix glitter glue, confetti, food coloring, and baking soda. Easter Chick Slime
    2. Add contact solution and mix until slime starts to become solid. Easter Chick Slime
    3. Finish mixing the slime by hand and add more contact solution if it is too sticky. Easter Chick Slime Add more confetti if needed. Enjoy!
 
 
 
 
 

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