Oobleck Experiment: Is it a solid, liquid, or gas?

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This experiment recording sheet is designed to accompany the beloved Oobleck experiment. In my class I had parent volunteers make the Oobleck (corn starch+water+food coloring=Oobleck) prior to our experiment. Then students investigated the "mysterious substance" (Oobleck) and evaluated the different properties of matter to decide whether the Oobleck was a solid, liquid, gas, or more than one! Your students will have so much fun learning!

This experiment is aligned with the 2nd Grade Virginia Science Standards of Learning 2.1 (science skills) and 2.3a (identifying characteristics of solids, liquids, and gases).

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Oobleck Experiment: Is it a solid, liquid, or gas?
Oobleck Experiment: Is it a solid, liquid, or gas?