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Non-Newtonian Inexpensive Fun

Non-Newtonian fluids are an aspect of science that is simple, interesting, and a lot of fun.  Non-Newtonian fluid experiments are also inexpensive; there are only two ingredients and both are probably already in your pantry. There are so many cool experiments to keep kids busy and their imaginations soaring, and most of them don’t cost […]

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How to Walk on Water – The Cornstarch Water Walk

There’s just something irresistible about sinking your hands into a bowl of perfectly mixed cornstarch and water. This popular science activity has nicknames like Oobleck and Cornstarch Quicksand, but scientists refer to this substance that behaves like both a solid and a liquid as a Non-Newtonian fluid. Steve Spangler calls it the perfect science demo […]

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Holiday Science: Gravy

What’s so scientific about your holiday gravy?  Isn’t gravy just, well, food?  Food we put on mashed potatoes and turkey at Thanksgiving and Christmas and Sunday and, well, pretty much any time?   How could gravy have anything to do with science? Here’s the thing, drooling holiday turkey & gravy lovers:  gravy-making is all about the science of […]