Two Ingredient Dish Soap Slime Recipe!
I can bet that you’re child is obsessed with slime as much as my kids are. Slime has literally taken over the nation, ever kid is figuring out fun new ways to create this sticky fun substance.
This recipe is incredibly simple with only 2 ingredients, and of course is green because St. Patrick’s Day is this week! So, if you are still looking for some fun ways to celebrate with the kids this is a no-brainer. Plus, make sure to check out my Magic Surprise Rainbow Rock Activity to make you’re child’s St. Patrick’s Day even crazier!
St. Patrick’s Day Dish Soap Slime
Green colored dish soap
1. Add 3 tablespoons of green colored dish soap to a bowl.
2. Mix in 4 tablespoons of cornstarch.
3. Stir the mixture well until it reaches a doughy consistency that is hard to stir. If it is still sticky to the touch, add another tablespoon of cornstarch a little at a time, and begin to work it in with your hands.
4. When the dish soap slime is done, it will be a cross between silly putty and traditional oozing slime. As you play with it, it will feel like silly putty, but if you let it sit still on a table or in your hands, it will start to turn into more of a slime consistency.
5. This slime is super fun to play with, but will not store well. If you wish to try and store it, you can put it in an airtight container. When you open it again for play later, add more dish soap if it is too dry, or more cornstarch if it is too runny.