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This is literally as simple as corn starch and water but it has an amazing property of behaving like both a solid and a liquid. If you try to punch or poke quickly through it, it acts like a solid, but slowly slide your hand into it, and its like water.

roll this stuff in your hands and it's a solid, pause & it turns to liquid. All sorts of fun - try bouncing it on a speaker

Glowing RAINBOW Goop- kids will be in awe of the OOZING rainbows that turn from a solid to a liquid right before their eyes!

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This teacher did this for a preschool lesson, but it can be adapted for older kids like my fifth graders. They could drop or open the balloons and observe what happens to the solid liquid and gas inside it. This would help identify the properties of solids, liquids and gases.

10 OOEY GOOEY slime recipes - so fun kids will want to try them all, and then create their own!

Small Worlds in the Water Table...great sensory exploration and pretend play

showing water moving through plants.... WAY cooler than the typical white carnations or celery!!

waterchute- every kid space needs water!

Time out bottles! Water, glue and glitter...shake it up. It takes 5 minutes to settle. Watching it settle relaxes them, and you don't have to set a timer.

8 unique ways to play with water beads