We have discovered
the slipperiest and gooiest slime ever, straight from Australia’s outback! Delve deep into
the tub of red slime and you might just find a creepy crawling spider inside!!
Eeeek! Slippery, slimy science fun!
Age: 5 +
barrel full of red slime and a plastic spider replica. Safe and non
does it work?
Use slime as an
illustration of a Non-Newtonian Fluid. It behaves differently when different
forces are applied. A fast hard force and it acts a little like a soild: when
gently poured it behaves more like a liquid and stretches easily. Matter that
can’t be classified into Newton’s common solid, liquid or gas groups is
an example of Non-Newtonian matter. Slime is also an example of a substance made
of long cross-linked polymer chains.
- Matter classification into
Solid, Liquid and Gas groups.
- Fluids –
This slime should leave no
residue, but keep away from hair, clothes, carpets and fabrics in
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Small Parts. Not
for children under 3 years.