The Amazing Edible Glue Recipe For Kids (Easy & Quick).

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How about I show you how to make homemade glue for kids?

Children often want to do crafts or crafts …

They love to stick stuff together and dump entire tubes of glue for hours on end.

So, why not make a 100% natural edible glue yourself?

A kindergarten teacher gave me her quick, super easy and completely natural recipe.

In addition, you probably already have all the ingredients for this glue in your cupboards.

here is amazing edible glue recipe that your kids will love. Look :

edible homemade glue recipe for kids

Ingredients

List of natural ingredients to make edible glue for children

– 60 g of corn starch

– 1 tablespoon of white vinegar

– 1 teaspoon of salt

– 500 ml of water

– 1 tablespoon

– 1 teaspoon

– 1 bowl

– 1 jar that closes

How to do

1. Pour 100 ml of water into a bowl.

2. Add the starch.

3. Mix.

4. Pour the rest of the water into the saucepan.

cornflour poured into hot water to make homemade glue

5. Boil the water.

6. Add the vinegar and salt.

7. Stir until the salt has dissolved.

8. Add the starch and mix.

9. Stir without stopping over low heat to avoid lumps.

10. Continue until the mixture thickens and looks like gelatin.

11. Remove the glue from the heat.

12. Pour it into the jars.

Homemade glue in a jar

13. Close the jars while still hot as if they were jam.

Result

Non-toxic children's glue recipe

And there you have it, you have made your homemade edible glue 🙂

Easy, fast and efficient, isn’t it?

No need to buy Cleopatra glue!

And at the price level, it’s unbeatable! It is the most economical glue on the market.

Your homemade glue is great for all crafts and collages.

use

This children’s glue is thick enough to be applied with your fingers.

But you can definitely use a brush.

The glue may become too thick when used for a long time.

If it gets too firm, add a little water to dilute it.

You will find a less thick texture.

Why avoid commercial glues?

Some commercial glues are not suitable for children at all.

They indeed contain solvents … Which is toxic for the little ones.

With this homemade glue, no need to worry.

This glue with its 100% natural ingredients is safe for children.

Children can touch it without any problem.

Even if by accident they put it in their mouths …

There is no risk to their health.

Why is this great?

homemade glue for kids

I insist on this essential point for me.

The advantage with this DIY glue is that it is non-toxic.

And when we do activities with kindergarten children, it’s super important.

Same with 1 or 2 year old babies …

It is an edible glue, if not tasty!

And with commercial glues, hello stains!

They are difficult to remove from clothing or surfaces.

This homemade glue is soluble.

And that means: no indelible stains on clothes!

A glue without danger to health …

A glue that, like finger paint, can be easily applied with a finger or a brush …

A glue that adheres well …

A glue that you can easily make yourself with a few simple ingredients.

It’s the ideal glue for manual activities with children, isn’t it?

Another advantage of this glue with cornstarch is that it keeps.

Kept in the fridge, you can keep it for up to 3 months.

But in general, children finish it before!

Additional advice

Starch forms a compact material at the start.

But we must not stop stirring. And the dough turns into a milky, fluid liquid.

In my opinion, the hardest part about this recipe is avoiding lumps.

For that, I advise you to first mix the starch in a little cold water.

Then you can pour the mixture into hot water.

Put the glue in small jars.

So you always have a jar on hand. And pots in reserve.

It avoids waste.

Your turn…

Have you tried this DIY glue recipe for children? Tell us in the comments if it worked for you. We can’t wait to hear from you!

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