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Oobleck fun

Oobleck fun

The Physical Science component of Natural Science has allowed for some interesting experiments for the Grade 8s who have made their own Oobleck to investigate how this substance can change phase from a liquid to a solid.

“Oobleck and other pressure-dependent substances, fondly known as Silly Putty or quicksand, are not liquids such as water or oil – they are known as non-Newtonian fluids. This substance’s funny name comes from a Dr. Seuss book called Bartholomew and the Oobleck”. Our Grade 8s had a very memorable lesson and real joy in learning!

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