Fun Oobleck Experiment

Mix cornstarch and water to prepare this extraordinary liquid for fun.
I like to explore the world in front of my children, showing different liquids, shapes, and textures. I am happy because my kids love trying new science experiments. I try as best I can to combine science and fun, so when I saw Dancing Oobleck I was very excited. Tammy, the writer and creator of ‘Housing a Forest’ and a mom to three school aged kiddos, shows us this genius experiment. This negatory law of dynamics liquid is a mixture of cornstarch and water and gives you two different states of matter - solid and liquid. Use it and have fun with your kids!

If you are looking for something that will help in your kid’s development, check out Geoboard Fabric Loops. It’s a great idea combining fun and learning!

Check out the full tutorial on the Housing a Forest!

What you need:

Supplies / ingredients:

  • Corn starch
  • Water
  • Food coloring

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