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Slime Science Experiment

January 23, 2019 No Comments

$3.50

Slime Science is all the rage with kids these days. They watch YouTube videos on how to make it, they convince their parents to buy the ingredients and attempt to make it at home. Why not do a Science Experiment with slime? Teach your students the Scientific Method using an experiment on making Slime Oobleck.

Description

If you are looking for a Slime Science project to introduce science or the Scientific Method, this Oobleck Science Lab is the one for you. With slime being all the rage with kids these days, Oobleck fits right in, plus it is easier and cheaper to make.
 
Your students watch YouTube videos on how to make slime, they convince their parents to buy the ingredients and attempt to make it at home. Why not do a Science Experiment with slime?
 
OVERVIEW
In this Science Experiment with slime, students learn briefly the difference between a solid, liquid and gas. Then using the Scientific Method, students will go through each step, to make slime. They will fill out a lab sheets or use the lab books and answer the question, is Oobleck a solid or liquid? The students will make observations and answer the various reflection questions after.
 
INCLUDED
  • Step by Step Detailed Lesson Plans
  • Oobleck Slime Lab Sheets
  • Slime Lab books (available in color & black and white)
  • Mine Lab Book (available in color & black and white)
  • Reflection Sheet of Questions for after the lab
  • Lab instructions
  • Explain the lab to a friend sheets
  • Scientific Method Posters
 
Warning: This is very messy and will make your students like you better!
 
YOUR STUDENTS WILL
Your students will gain a better knowledge of the Scientific Method process using this science lab. They will learn the difference between a solid, liquid and gas. They will get a chance to actively participate in their learning and will get to take home their experiment and lab books to explain the experiment to their family and friends.
 
Everything is included except the ingredients!
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Thank you so much,
Special Treat Friday, Heather McKinsey
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