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GAK! We made this for my son's 11th birthday party. We mixed it inside ziploc bags, so minimally messy. It was a huge hit. Just plan to add more borax if needed.

Gak/slime/flubber... a recipe for making the fun, stretchy, slimy stuff. Note: Contains Borax.

OTs ♥ GOO!!! What a great sensory tool. You can also do fine motor activities with silly putty. Check it out!

GAK! This substance is super cool!  Your kids (and any nearby adults) will spend hours  squishing, smushing, and stretching it  to discover all its amazing properties!

Glow in the dark Silly Putty - make it yourself

Don't spend money on Nickelodeon's GAK or fart-y putty ... impress you kids with this simple recipe!

Flubber :) Mixture 1: 1 ½ cups warm water 2 cups Elmer’s Glue Food coloring Mixture 2: 3 tsp. Borax 1 cup Warm Water Stir mixture 1 together in 1 bowl. Mixture 2 in another bowl. Make sure both are mixed well. Pour mixture 1 into mixture 2.

HOW TO MAKE SILLY PUTTY 1 tbsp. White Glue ½ tsp. Epsom Salts ½ tsp. Water In small cup, put ½ tsp. Epsom salt and ½ tsp water. Stir till salt is all or mostly dissolved. Add one tbsp. Glue to another small cup. Add Epsom salt water to the glue and stir. When putty has formed, experiment with it on waxed paper. Store in Ziploc bag.

Two Ingredient-Homemade Silly Putty (color optional). Remember getting a tiny blob of this stuff as a child? Make it at home in larger quantities for hours of sensory play. It lasts for months when stored in an air tight container.

How to make homemade "Silly Putty" 2oz glue 2oz water. Mix well. Mix 1t borax and 1/2 c warm water. Pour borax mix into glue mix stir till all mixed.

Silly Putty This recipe calls for TWO (that’s IT) ingredients. I love that! You will need: white, multi purpose glue (I used Elmer’s – 1 cup) liquid starch (I used Sta-Flo – 1/2 cup) optional: food coloring *You can make more/less putty than we did – just stick to a “2 parts glue, 1 part starch” combo to achieve optimal putty.