These all are all done with stuff around your house or items you can easily find.
Mix up a batch of gooey material that behaves just like real quicksand.
An awesome visualization of sound waves and frequency using oobleck!
Static electricity and non-Newtonian fluids combine for an amazing hands-on science project
Mixing cornstarch and water produces an amazing, non-Newtonian goo that’s perfect for science play.
When non-Newtonian fluid meets a 60 Hz sine wave pumped through a 15-inch speaker, colorful monsters come to life.
Homemade slime is sticky, gooey and all the rage, but what is it?
Oobleck is one of the coolest substances for kids to experiment with, but did you know you can also use it to make sidewalk paint?
Today we made our favorite slime recipe and then I gave the boys some straws and let them blow bubbles in the slime.