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Dr. Seuss Green Eggs Slime

By: Holly Homer from
Updated July 09, 2020
Dr Seuss Green Eggs Slime
Dr Seuss Green Eggs Slime

"If your kids love Dr. Seuss they will love making this Dr. Seuss Green Eggs Slime! It's such a fun craft to follow up reading the book, or to use to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday! All you need to make Green Eggs Slime is: White School Glue, Green Food Coloring, Neon Green Food Coloring, Water, Liquid Starch, Mixing Bowls, and a Spoon or Stirring Stick. Make sure that you store it in an airtight container so that it stays fresh for the next time you want to play!"

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Materials List

  • White School Glue
  • Green Food Coloring
  • Neon Green Food Coloring
  • Water
  • Liquid Starch
  • Mixing Bowls
  • Spoon or Stirring Stick


  1. Start by making your slime. Keep in mind, you want 2 separate bowls of slime. 1 bowl of white slime and one bowl of green slime.

  2. Each bowl of slime will require the bottle of glue, 1/2 cup liquid starch and 1/2 cup water.

  3. For the white slime, just combine all of the ingredients, mix well and set aside.

  4. For the green slime, make it just like you did above except you want to add 3-4 drops of green food coloring and 2-3 drops neon food coloring to the glue before you add the water and liquid starch.

  5. You can add more or less food coloring depending on the color you want it to be. Just keep in mind the color will be a bit lighter after you add the liquid starch since it’s white in color.

  6. Once your slimes are made, add some of the white slime onto a plate or table. Then add a smaller amount on top as the “yolk”.

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