Lemon Jello Slime Recipe
This easy lemon jello slime recipe is our latest sensory activity. As the name implies, it contains jello so it’s even more bouncy and slippery than normal slime.
It’s an easy slime recipes for kids that’ll keep them entertained this summer break!
Slime Supplies – 1/2 cup Elmer’s clear glue – 1/2 cup water – 1 tsp baking soda – 3-4 TBL contact solution (must contain boric acid) – 1 squirt yellow gel food coloring (this brand is the best!) – 1 TBL lemon jello – Lemon essential oil (optional) – Mixing bowl – Fork – Measuring cups – Measuring spoons
Pour the glue into the mixing bowl.
Add 1/2 cup water and the Jell-O to the bowl and mix until baking soda is completely dissolved.
Add 1 tsp baking soda to the bowl and mix until dissolved.
Add the yellow food coloring and mix until fully incorporated.
Add 3 tablespoons of contact solution to the mixture and mix. Once the slime starts sticking to the fork, use your hands to mix, pull and knead the slime. This will reduce the stickiness.
Adding jello to the slime made it, for lack of a better word, more jello-y! Because of the added jello, this lemon slime is more jiggly and gelatinous, which makes it even more fun to play with!