Science for Preschoolers - Oobleck

In honor of the upcoming birthday of Dr. Seuss I decided to make Oobleck with the kids. This substance's funny name comes from a Dr. Seuss book called Bartholomew and the Oobleck. In this book a king is bored with the regular weather and asks for something different to fall from the sky: a green sticky substance that is called Oobleck. Some scientific facts: all fluids have a property known as viscosity that describes how the fluid flows – commonly thought of as how thick or thin a fluid is. When a fluid’s viscosity is constant (doesn’t change with force) it is referred to as a Newtonian fluid, for example: water and milk. However, the viscosity of some fluids changes depending on the stress

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