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Science Reaction Experiment - Sloppy Slime

 
Make Sloppy Slime
Materials you will need:

• Water
• Teaspoon
• Corn Flour
• Large Bowl
• Tablespoon
• Wooden Spoon
• Food Colouring
flour bag
 
Slime that can’t make up its mind – one minute it’s oozing like a liquid, the next it’s acting like a tough solid.
Steps

1.  Pour some corn flour in the bowl.

2.  Add a little of the food colouring to the water.  (Food colouring can stain so be very careful).

3.  Slowly stir in some of the coloured water in with the corn flour (adding a few drops at a time).

4.  Continue to stir with the wooden until it starts to thicken to a paste.  You may find that you need to add more water or corn flour to get the right mix.

5.  Take a handful and watch it ooze out of your hand.  It flows like a slippery liquid.

6.  Squeeze the slime and it becomes a solid.

THIS EXPERIMENT CAN BE VERY MESSY, SO PLEASE TAKE CARE AND BE PREPARED!!!

 
 
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