At the end of the year, once testing is over and kids have lost their minds are ready for summer, it’s the perfect time to pull out the messy science experiments to review all the fun skills you’ve learned this year!
To start the lesson, read the book by Dr. Seuss, Bartholomew and the Oobleck.
Then, allow students to make the oobleck! (If you want to make it ahead of time yourself as one big batch, that is okay, too! Remember, it is two parts cornstarch to one part water. One year I accidentally flipped that conversion and OOPS- we did not have oobleck that day.)
You can download this free directions page to help your students make oobleck on their own: