You Need:
2 cups salt
1-cup water
1-cup cornstarch
Food Coloring (optional)

Cook salt and 1/2-cup water for 4-5 minutes.
Remove from heat.
Add cornstarch and 1/2 cup water.
Return to heat.
Stir until mixture thickens.
Let cook, then Store in plastic bag.

Soap Slime
You Need:
Old Bits of Soap
Bucket of Water

Put the pieces of soap into the bucket
of water and let it stand overnight.
By the morning the soap has dissolved
and leaves a thick slime.
Looks good if green paint or
food coloring is added to it.

You Need:
1 Part Liquid starch
2 Part Elmer's Glue
Food Coloring (optional)

Mix and enjoy.
It's supposed to be like slime.

You Need:
1-Part Cornstarch
1-Part Water

Mix and color with food
color or Tempera Paint.

You Need:
1 box Ivory Soap flakes
1 Gallon Water
food color

Beat with mixer - Makes 5 gallon bucket.

Silly Putty
You Need:
½-Cup Elmer's glue
½-Cup Starch Liquid
Food coloring
Do NOT substitutes any other glue for Elmer's glue!
Slowly add starch to glue
and knead with fingers.
The more you work with it the better it jells.
Add food coloring if you want.

Silly Putty (B)
Mix well 2 parts White Glue (Elmer's)
1 part Sta-Flo Liquid Starch
If you use Elmer's School Glue
instead of regular white it
doesn't bounce or pick up pictures.

You Need:
Solution A: 1-1/2 -Cup Warm Water
2-cup Elmer's Glue
Food Coloring
Solution B: 4 tsp. Borax
1 1/3 Cup Warm water
Mix solution A in one bowl;
mix solution B in another bowl.
Dissolve both well.
Then just pour solution A into solution B
Just lift out flubber.
Store in Baggies.
If you half the recipe.
You only need to half the solution A
and it will work the same.

Soap Bubbles (A)
1-Cup Warm Water
1/4 Cup Blue Dishwashing Liquid
1 Tsp. Salt
Combine all ingredients.
Mix well until salt dissolves.

Bubble Mix (B)
½-Cup Water
½-CupLiquid detergent
1-Tablespoon. Cooking Oil
Mix together and use.

Best Bubble Solution
1-cup Water
2-tablespoon Light Karo syrup
OR 2 Tablespoons Glycerin
4-tablespoon Dishwashing liquid
Mix together.

Thin Paste You Need:
1/4-cup sugar
¼-cup non-self-rising flour
½-teaspoon powdered alum
1-3/4 cups water
¼-teaspoon oil of cinnamon
In a medium-sized pan, mix together sugar,
flour, and alum.
Gradually add 1-cup water,
stirring vigorously to break up lumps.
Boil until clear and smooth stirring constantly.
Add remaining water and oil of cinnamon.
Stir until thoroughly mixed.
Makes one pint.

How to use it:
Spread paste with a brush or popcicle stick.
Thin Paste is an excellent adhesive for scrapbooks,
collages, and Strip Papier-mâché'.
This paste can be stored in a jar
for several months without refrigeration.

Paper Paste You Need:
1/3-cup non-self-rising wheat flour
2 TBSP sugar
1-cup water
¼-tsp oil of cinnamon
Mix flour and sugar in a saucepan.
Gradually add water,
stirring vigorously to break up lumps.
Cook over low heat until clear,
stirring constantly.
Remove from stove and add oil of cinnamon.
Stir until well blended.
Makes about 1 cup.
Spread paste with a brush or popsicle stick.
Soft, smooth, thick, and white
Paper Paste has a good spreading consistency
and is especially appropriate for use
with small children or for any paste-up work.
This paste can be stored in a covered
jar for several weeks without refrigeration.

Rainbow Stew
You Need:
1/3-cup sugar
1-cup cornstarch
4 cup cold water
Cook until thick.
Put in bowls,
add food coloring
Put in Ziploc Baggies
Let the kids play with it while it
is in the bags for a neat sensory experience
or use it to mix colors.

Colored Sand
You Need:
1 cup of sand
2 teaspoons of dry tempera paint
1-teaspoon water
Add the dry tempera paint to the sand;
then mix well with a fork.
Stir in the water.
Allow the sand to dry for several hours before using.

Glitter Sparkle Bottles
Remove the label from a clean, clear 16oz. plastic soda bottle.
Pour at least 1/2 cup of light corn syrup into the bottle.
Then add a few drops of food coloring
and some glitter and/or confetti.
Hot glue the lid onto the bottle.
Have the children swirl and shake
the bottle and watch it's movement.