Corn starch and water. It's the only mixture that's a liquid and a solid at the same time. Glad I found it. Love this project!

Corn starch and water. It's the only mixture that's a liquid and a solid at the same time. Glad I found it. Love this project!

Corn starch and Tonic Water... Group activity day 2? Or make in plastic bag so it doesn't get everywhere

Corn starch and Tonic Water... Group activity day 2? Or make in plastic bag so it doesn't get everywhere

GOOP!! A bin, Corn Starch and Water!  I dumped the whole box of it in and added water until it got to where I liked it, basically half and half. (I don't like to use food colouring with this, I have tried to colour it in the past, but it stains the hands!!). When handling the Goop roughly and fast, it acts as a solid where you can get clumps and crumbles and even form a ball! But if you treat the Goop slowly, it acts like a liquid, it will run off and slime through your hands!

GOOP!! A bin, Corn Starch and Water! I dumped the whole box of it in and added water until it got to where I liked it, basically half and half. (I don't like to use food colouring with this, I have tried to colour it in the past, but it stains the hands!!). When handling the Goop roughly and fast, it acts as a solid where you can get clumps and crumbles and even form a ball! But if you treat the Goop slowly, it acts like a liquid, it will run off and slime through your hands!

3 cups corn starch  1.5 cups cold water  6 cups flour  Mix the cornstarch into the cold water until smooth(ish). Add one cup of flour and mix in. Repeat until all the flour is added to the mixture.  It is very similar to the store bought moon sand ~Safe for Ben!

3 cups corn starch 1.5 cups cold water 6 cups flour Mix the cornstarch into the cold water until smooth(ish). Add one cup of flour and mix in. Repeat until all the flour is added to the mixture. It is very similar to the store bought moon sand ~Safe for Ben!

Clay recipe (Just corn starch, baking soda, and water) for making ornaments - Bake them in the oven, or allow to air dry.

Clay recipe (Just corn starch, baking soda, and water) for making ornaments - Bake them in the oven, or allow to air dry.

These DIY Stress Balls Will Keep Your Stress Under Control

These DIY Stress Balls Will Keep Your Stress Under Control

stress balls... diy. cornstarch and water. ours exploded within a few hours but it was still fun to make! plus the kids learned a lot about the properties of corn starch and water. (hit it quickly and it's hard... slowly emerge and it's gooey)

Edible sludge sensory play for kids - a messy slime-like dough from And Next Comes L

Edible Sludge Sensory Play

4 ounces (120 ml) medium-hard Butter such as Shea, Mango, or Cupuacu     2 ounces  (60 ml) light and moisturizing Carrier Oil, such as Apricot Kernel, Brazil Nut, or Watermelon Seed     1/4 - 1/2 teaspoon (1.25 - 2.5 ml) Essential Oil or Plant-Based Fragrance Oil (optional)     1 teaspoon Arrowroot Powder, Corn Starch, or Silk Peptide Powder (optional)

4 ounces (120 ml) medium-hard Butter such as Shea, Mango, or Cupuacu 2 ounces (60 ml) light and moisturizing Carrier Oil, such as Apricot Kernel, Brazil Nut, or Watermelon Seed 1/4 - 1/2 teaspoon (1.25 - 2.5 ml) Essential Oil or Plant-Based Fragrance Oil (optional) 1 teaspoon Arrowroot Powder, Corn Starch, or Silk Peptide Powder (optional)

Kids Will Love This Safe and Easy Homemade Slime Recipe!-- I'm thinking this will be an easy and inexpensive to candy for Jackson's Halloween class "treat." I want to add googley eyes in the bags to make monster slime!!

Kids Will Love This Safe and Easy Homemade Slime Recipe

Kids Will Love This Safe and Easy Homemade Slime Recipe!-- I'm thinking this will be an easy and inexpensive to candy for Jackson's Halloween class "treat." I want to add googley eyes in the bags to make monster slime!!

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