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    • Laura Wing

      Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Mad Science Theme

    • Jenny Lutton

      Science Fun w/Flubber/Gak/Silly Putty is always a fun way to get students involved and having them use their motor skills. This is a project that could be done with any age. I remember doing it in first grade. This is an experiment that a parent volunteer could even do with a class.

    • Tracy Schauberger

      Science Fun with Homemade Flubber,..I have made this before all it takes is: Elmer's glue, Borax, water and food color (optional)

    • Patrice Kromer

      Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: 15 Favorite Science Experiments for Kids

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    Flubber - Mike it yourself for added fun. 8 oz glue (like Elmers white) 8 oz water - fill up empty glue bottle to get all glue food color (optional) 1 tsp Borax Empty glue into bowl. Stir in water, mix well. Add food coloring, if desired. Slowly add Borax, a bit at a time and still well, using hands when Flubber begins forming. Store in a Ziploc or plastic container.