Love using butter slime in your home or classroom? You will love this collection of butter slime recipes! You will learn how to make butter slime with all of the step by step recipes below.
What is butter slime?
Butter slime is called “butter slime” because if its soft, smooth buttery-like texture. It is fluffy and foldable. Typically, the texture of butter slime comes from the clay that is incorporated into the recipe, but I’ve included one recipe without clay as well.
Butter Slime Recipes for Kids with Autism
Easy Butter Slime Without Clay from How to Slime
If you are looking for a simple butter slime recipe without clay, this is your recipe! Daiso clay (commonly used to make slime) can be tricky to find and a bit pricey, so if you can make slime without it, why not?! Even though this recipe doesn’t use clay, the result is still smooth and easy to play with.
The Smoothest Butter Slime from Life’s Carousel
I love the texture of this extra smooth butter slime. It calls for all of the regular slime ingredients like glue, shaving cream, water, baking soda, slime activator (see the details in the recipe) and magic model clay.
Chocolate Butter Slime from Savy Naturalista
For chocolate lovers, you will love this chocolate butter slime! This recipe calls for slime ingredients and cocoa powder and smells absolutely amazing. Careful if your little ones tend to want to eat play dough or slime, because they will be especially tempted by this recipe!
How to use butter slime with kids with autism
You can use these easy butter slime recipes with kids with autism to build new skills.
- Use slime as a reinforcer – many kids with autism love sensory play, making gooey slime a great reinforcer to present after table activities.
- Build communication skills – use slime to encourage your little learner to speak, teach the word “slime” to start, then work on colors, textures and even short conversations.
- Teach turn taking – take turns with your child or students to play with the slime.
- Increase social skills – in addition to taking turns, teach your little learners to do an activity such as making slime together. This will naturally build social skills.
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Best Butter Slime Recipes
Enjoy these fun butter slime recipes to use slime as a teaching tool in your home or classroom.
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