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Brainfuel Toys STEM Club
Slime Feels Gross, Sticky, Goopy, Lumpy - STEM Club Kids Describe Slime
Gooey…Sticky…Peanut Butter??? No! This is cloud slime!! It was so much fun mixing, squishing and stretching slime at our local science museum. But even more fun than making slime was coming up with silly ways to describe the slime! And these kids sure did have imagination! If you want to know how to make cloud slime of your own, don’t miss our video with the recipe here: https://youtu.be/G-KS19MuXZ4 ----- Sign up at https://www.brainfueltoys.com/stem-club Be sure to follow our Facebook and Instagram pages too! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brainfuelsciencetoys/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brainfueltoys/
Brainfuel Toys STEM Club
Cloud Slime Recipe and Instructions - STEM Club Kids Make and Play with Cloud Slime
Making Cloud Slime is a sticky, squishy, stretchy way to have fun and learn science! Our Brainfuel STEM Club scientists had a great time with the activity, and you can too! The Cloud Slime recipe only requires a few ingredients – white glue, water, baking soda, saline solution and food coloring (optional) along with a packet of instant snow. Simply mix together and watch as a new polymer forms! Get the free downloadable and printable recipe for Cloud Slime here: https://www.brainfueltoys.com/stem-club/cloud-slime-recipe-video After you make your own batch of Cloud Slime, show us your science! Use the hashtag #brainfueltoys and share an image of your experiment so we can see how it all turned out. The texture of Cloud Slime is really unique, and it will react differently depending on how you play with it. So, experiment with stretching, bunching, molding, folding, rolling and squishing. Does Cloud Slime feel different when you do different things to it? What other experiments can you conduct with Cloud Slime? And if you’re curious about the reasons slime is so strange, Brainfuel STEM Club has all sorts of additional resources explaining the science behind slime, along with bonus slime recipes here: www.brainfueltoys.com/stem-club If you enjoyed making Cloud Slime and want to know the moment our next experiment is available, don’t forget to join the Brainfuel STEM Club! Sign up at https://www.brainfueltoys.com/stem-club Be sure to follow our Facebook and Instagram pages too! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brainfuelsciencetoys/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brainfueltoys/
Bubble Geometry: Why Are Bubbles Round?
Why are bubbles round? What happens if you dip a non-round object into a bucket of bubble juice? Can you blow a triangular bubble? Let's find out! Join Toby in this fun #ScienceWorksOnline activity. Get our best bubble recipe here: https://scienceworksmuseum.org/super-bubble-solution/ #scienceathome #scienceactivity
How to build an air filter with a duct fan and plastic bin
If you live in a place with wildfire smoke or dirty air, here is a project that might help you breathe a little more easily. Our friend Eric demonstrates how to assemble a filter bin using a duct fan, furnace filter, and plastic storage bin. Eric's design was inspired by laminar flow hoods he uses in his mushroom tissue culture lab. You can probably find the materials for this project at a local hardware store or garden supply shop. Materials: Plastic storage bin (this is an 18 gallon bin) Furnace filter (16x20x1 inch) Duct fan (aka squirrel cage blower) Box cutter Wire cutter Crescent wrench Socket wrench Four bolts, nuts, washers Duct tape Marker For the complete instructions and more projects you can do, visit https://scienceworksmuseum.org Thanks to Eric Cerecedes at MycoFormulas, Inc. for sharing this project with us! #scienceworksonline #airfilter #smokeremoval Music by Wavecont https://www.wavecont.com/free-download Music Video Link: https://youtu.be/DfNP7taQO70
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