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    • Marci Epp

      Home made flubber! Fun!

    • Kathy Hutchins

      Flubber Recipe For Kids So Fun! We discovered Flubber at the kids' day event. The girls loved playing with it! Here's the recipe. Flubber Mixture 1: 1 ½ cups warm water 2 cups Elmer’s Glue Food coloring Mixture 2: 3 tsp. Borax 1 cup Warm Water Stir mixture 1 together in 1 bowl. Mixture 2 in another bowl. Make

    • Elisa

      Flubber Recipe for Kids Fun, fun

    • Debbie Dugorepec

      Flubber recipe - another fun rainy day activity!

    • Heidi Oquendo

      Homemade Gak (Slime) Mix: elmer's glue, water, borax and food coloring together and BAM, Gak!!

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    Flubber...also looks like TheraPutty which is a great hand strengthener. Hide beads inside, have kids manipulate it and pull them out!

    Flubber :) Mixture 1: 1 ½ cups warm water 2 cups Elmer’s Glue Food coloring Mixture 2: 3 tsp. Borax 1 cup Warm Water Stir mixture 1 together in 1 bowl. Mixture 2 in another bowl. Make sure both are mixed well. Pour mixture 1 into mixture 2.

    Flubber Mixture 1: 1 ½ cups warm water 2 cups Elmer’s Glue Food coloring Mixture 2: 3 tsp. Borax 1 cup Warm Water Stir mixture 1 together in 1 bowl. Mixture 2 in another bowl. Make sure both are mixed well. Pour mixture 1 into mixture 2. There is no need to stir the mixture but you can if you want because it is the chemical reaction that actually makes the flubber. When it is in a glob work it for 2-3 minutes. Initially it feels wet but it eventually dries up to the final product.

    Gak/slime/flubber... a recipe for making the fun, stretchy, slimy stuff. Note: Contains Borax.

    Homemade flubber… You will need 1 1/2 cups warm water 2 cups white glue Food coloring 1 1/3 cups warm water 3 tsp Borax mixing bowls and spoon This could get messy –so be prepared

    Flubber! I can't buy Borax where I am but I read that it is (sodium borate, sodium tetraborate, or disodium tetraborate) and maybe able to locate it online. Same thing with the Elmers glue, they say it just must be polyvinyl acetate based! That's what causes the reaction.

    We recently tried this Flubber recipe with the kids at the "Science in the Park" event put on by Rhythms of Grace Homeschool Group.  We had so much fun coloring it and getting our hands all squishy...

    An absent-minded professor discovers "flubber," a rubber-like super-bouncy substance...oh wait that was the Disney movie -this is the Flubber recipe... but watch the movie too!

    Homemade Flubber Recipe - It will keep your kids occupied for a long time! It has such a neat texture, you'll probably find yourself playing right along with them!

    Home-made flubber...I've got to try this with my grandchildren :)