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Gross & Cool Slimey Green Frog Slime Recipe

You have to make this green frog slime! This frog slime is so easy to make, goopy, and full of creepy crawlies! Kids of all ages, both younger and older kids, will love making this green frog slime. This slime recipe is super simple to make and even more fun to play with. This green frog slime makes a great sensory activity.

Green Frog Slime recipe for kids - hand holding green stretchy slime filled with black flies...ewww!  Kids Activities Blog
This green slime recipe is full of…flies? Ewwww!

Homemade Green Frog Slime Recipe for Kids

Today we are making a fun and creepy crawly green frog slime recipe. Kids of all ages will have fun making and playing with what we are calling frog vomit slime! This easy homemade slime recipe can be made in just a few minutes and stores well in an airtight container for later use.

Slime is ooey, gooey, and MESSY. But most of all, it’s fun. Fun to make, fun to play with, and fun to make a complete mess with. I always say, messy memories are the BEST ones! Let’s get to making some disgustingly fun (and messy) slime!

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Green Frog Slime shown finished with plastic frogs on lilly pads all around
This is what your finished frog slime recipe will look like.

Frog Vomit Slime Recipe

Supplies Needed to Make Green Frog Slime

Directions to Make Green Frog Slime

Step 1

Grab a large bowl and measure out the clear glue. Add 1 cup of the warm water, the food coloring, and the essential oil (if using).

Stir well.

Step 2

Next, mix the remaining 1 cup of warm water with the borax powder into a small cup or bowl:

  1. Slowly pour the borax mixture into the large bowl of glue mixture.
  2. Continuing stirring as you pour the borax mixture in.
  3. Slime will start to form before your eyes.

Step 3

Use your hands to knead the slime until it’s fully formed.

Green frog slime recipe for kids shown here stretched from above in a hand
The frog slime is so stretchy and gross!

Step 4

Now, add your fly toys and knead them into the slime.

Finished Green Frog  Slime recipe shown with frogs flies and lillypads on a blue background
Our slime is finished!

Finished Frog Slime Recipe

Your slime is now ready for play!

We love this slime because of the bright green color. You can store this slime for up to a week in an airtight container and play with it over and over again!

Love this slime? We Wrote the Book on Slime!

Our book, 101 Kids Activities that are the Ooey, Gooey-est Ever! features tons of fun slimes, doughs, and moldables just like this one to provide hours of ooey, gooey fun! Awesome, right? You can also check out more slime recipes here.

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Love our green frog slime? Then check out the rest of our awesome slime recipes!

Materials

  • 1 cup clear school glue
  • 2 cups warm water, divided
  • 2 drops green food coloring
  • 3 drops yellow food coloring
  • (Optional) 2-3 drops lime essential oil
  • 1 tsp borax powder
  • Plastic Flies (toys)

Instructions

  1. Grab a large bowl and measure out the clear glue.
  2. Add 1 cup of the warm water, the food coloring, and the essential oil (if using).
  3. Stir well.
  4. Next, mix the remaining 1 cup of warm water with the borax powder into a small cup or bowl:
  5. Slowly pour the borax mixture into the large bowl of glue mixture.
  6. Continuing stirring as you pour the borax mixture in.
  7. Slime will start to form before your eyes.
  8. Use your hands to knead the slime until it’s fully formed.
  9. Now, add your fly toys and knead them into the slime.

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How did your green frog slime turn out?



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