Next we needed our ingredients:
(let the youngest begin this process, or everyone will cry because they did not get to go first)
Proceed stirring, being careful to follow with the proper age requirements.
Stir some more, even if it has been stirred enough, because everyone needs a chance.
We then drained off a little extra water that was left in the bowl.
And then, this is what we had!!!! Call it slime, or putty, or "Gak". Whatever you call it, it is real fun to get your hands into it.
As a disclaimer, I do need to be forthright, and tell everyone that I wasn't alone with the 4 littlest at this time. Amy-14 was on duty the entire time. Laura-12 and Danny-15 were also both close by for when I yelled for help. Examples of this would be ,"Clean Kim off now!" or "Don't let it get in Luke's hair", and last but not least, "Take off their shirts, I think it get stuck in clothes!"This entertained us for over an hour. (We then put Luke and Kim down for naps, and then Mark and Grace enjoyed it for over another hour on their own.) It can ooze like slime, or bounce like a ball, or break into two pieces like, well I don't know exactly like what, but it is very interesting. Have fun with science!! We do!!