Halloween Experiment Solids and Liquids: The Case of the Monster Slime (Oobleck)

Halloween Experiment Solids and Liquids: The Case of the M
Halloween Experiment Solids and Liquids: The Case of the M
Halloween Experiment Solids and Liquids: The Case of the M
Halloween Experiment Solids and Liquids: The Case of the M
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This is a fun and engaging experiment for the week of Halloween or just when studying states of matter.

Read aloud or have students read The Case of the Monster Slime. This is about a detective who is called to a break in. There are two descriptions of the monster slime at the scene of the crime. Students are asked to observe the monster slime for themselves and decide who to believe. They record their findings on an observation sheet which is provided.

Includes:
-The Case of the Monster Slime story
-Student observation sheet
-Question prompts
-Recipe for monster slime
-Conclusion page

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Total Pages
5
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Not Included
Teaching Duration
90 Minutes

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Halloween Experiment Solids and Liquids: The Case of the M
Halloween Experiment Solids and Liquids: The Case of the M
Halloween Experiment Solids and Liquids: The Case of the M
Halloween Experiment Solids and Liquids: The Case of the M