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  • Shelbea Ehrke

    Dancing Oobleck!! It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever! Cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves. Add a little food coloring for even more fun. Seriously, how cool is this?? I have to try it!

  • Li Jensen

    Dancing Oobleck- Very cool science experiment! Cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves.

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