Check out this absolutely gorgeous Flower Oobleck. Get outdoors this summer as kids explore nature, their senses, and non-Newtonian Fluids.
Find the perfect oobleck recipe with a science fair investigation, using the scientific method, and learn more about this non-Newtonian Fluid.
Learn how to make oobleck for this melting snowman science activity. Build fine motor and sensory skills all while having fun with science!
Did you know you can make non-Newtonian Fluid (slime) from potatoes? Potato oobleck is the best oobleck recipe we have ever tried, and we’ve tried them all.
Oobleck (aka Goo) – Science, States of Matter and Senses study all wrapped up into one fantastic project about non-Newtonian liquids.
A whole year of learning with Oobleck. Check out our recipes, science experiments, projects, sensory science and so much more for curious young scientists.
How to Make Oobleck Classroom Learning Center Break Out Boxes Challenge! This activity gets kids working together as they explore science, sensory and an escape room style challenge.
Colour Changing Oobleck – A heat transfer experiment using thermochromatic pigments to explore temperature and non-Newtonian Fluids in hands on exploration.
Looking for an activity that is fun, has a little competitive edge, builds fine motor skills, is a sensory experience, and teaches some fascinating science? Look no further! This Oobleck activity covers all the bases, is also non-toxic, budget friendly and kids absolutely love it!
Summer outdoor science fun and this Lemonade Oobleck are the perfect pair! Using items in the kitchen create this summery Oobleck for hands on learning. Kids can get messy, playing and learning with this delicious smelling Oobleck that is a sensory dream. Taste safe too so all ages can play and learn this summer!
Embrace a love of non-Newtonian Fluids with this highly successful Oobleck Egg Drop Project! Explore how Oobleck and Kinetic Energy work together to protect the egg from breaking, even from great heights. A simple, fun, outdoor science experiment.
Frozen Oobleck is a fun new twist on a favourite science experiment and sensory play. This non-Newtonian Fluid does some cool things when frozen into fun shapes. Freezing properly is also a great way to store Oobleck.