Explore the Science of Building Polymers by Cross-linking Long Chains Of Molecules
Now available as a classroom kit!
Steve Spangler and his team of slime-ologists created a new kind of slime that appears the instant two liquids touch. It’s called String Slime and the ingredients are safe, easy-to-use, and won’t stain your hands. This kit includes an Activity Guide with instructions to make a perfect batch of String Slime every time.
Squeeze a long stream of String Slime into the Activator Solution and you’ll get instant fun!
You won’t believe your eyes as the honey-like goo changes into a rubbery solid the second the two solutions mix. This unique polymer formulation (no Borax or PVA used here) is safe to touch and weave between your fingers. If you love the classic “slime” activity, String Slime is guaranteed to knock your socks off!
What does it teach?
The “hands-on” science factor is great for younger students while the strong science content makes the activity perfect for upper-level students and teachers. Explore the science of building polymers by cross-linking long chains of molecules. The process of making String Slime is faster and easier than the classic Slime recipe and it happens the very second the two liquids mix. It’s truly amazing!