Have you made Floam Slime yet? It’s such a fun sensory activity and one of our favorite slimes to make! With Easter approaching, we decided to make our own version of the classic Floam Slime for the holiday. This crunchy, stretchy slime is the perfect Easter treat to fill into little Easter eggs!
How To Make Easter Floam Slime
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This slime recipe is just one of the few that we’ll be sharing as a sneak peak into the 30 kid-tested recipes that we have featured in our new Secrets Of Slime Recipe Book. Secrets Of Slime is set to release March 19th, but you canpre-order the book HERE on Amazon.
To make our Easter Floam Slime you’ll follow the directions in the image above that’s straight from our book with just 2 minor changes. First, we added 2 drops of blue food coloring to step 2. Then for the Polystyrene balls we used pink and purple
The kids love crunching the slime through their hands. You can make it fluffy, stretchy, or more crunchy like the store bought floam by adding more of the foam beads.
We prefer keeping ours a little stretchy, but experiment with adding different amounts of foam beads until you get your desired texture.
Once your slime is ready, you can put them into little plastic Easter eggs for classroom treats or as an addition to your Easter egg hunts!
*Note: that this is not a recipe for human consumption. It is for play purposes only. Make sure to supervise young children.