It’s Alive! Gross (But Cool) Science Experiments for Kids

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Does your kiddo like things on the yucky side? Take advantage of the gross factor and make your at-home science lessons a little extra icky with the following science experiments for kids. Whether it’s making goo, growing mold or learning about germs, these fun and simple science experiments will have your little lab rat saying, “Ewww!” Click through the slideshow to get the goop.

Make a Non-Newtonian Fluid

Is it a solid or a liquid? Your little chemists will love playing around with this delightfully yucky ooze, which is a perfect example of a "non-Newtonian fluid" (a substance with both solid <em>and</em> liquid properties). Head over to <em><a target="_blank" href="; target="_blank">Scientific American </a></em>to get the recipe. <p style="text-align:right;"><em>photo: Melissa Heckscher</em></p> fuck

Looking for more? Try our very own snot recipe. What’s your favorite at-home science? Tell us how your experiments went in the comments below. 

—Melissa Heckscher



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