There's more than one way to make slime. Actually, there are lots of different recipes! Here are some of the best recipes for different types of slime, from normal slimy slime to eerie glow-in-the-dark slime.
This slime sort of resembles toxic waste, yet it is actually easy to make and safe. The best part is, it only requires a couple of easy-to-find ingredients.
What is better than regular slime? Slime that glows in the dark, of course! This is an easy and fun project that is suitable for kids.
This is the classic slime recipe. It's very simple to make this slime, plus you can make it any color you want.
Floam is a moldable type of slime that contains polystyrene (styrofoam) beads in it. You can shape it around objects and sculpt with it.
Do you need to eat your slime or at least get it near your mouth? Here's a slime that looks like dripping blood, until you shine a black light on it. Then it looks like glowing alien goo.
Actually, Silly Putty is a patented invention, so you can't make the real deal, but you can make Silly Putty simulants.
This is an interesting non-toxic slime that has properties of both a liquid and a solid. It flows like a liquid, but it hardens when you squeeze it. This slime is easy to make.
Flubber is a non-sticky, rubbery sort of slime. This non-toxic slime is made from fiber and water.
You can make this non-sticky, edible slime from two easy-to-find ingredients. It can be used as ectoplasm for costumes, haunted houses, and Halloween parties.