Goo Recipes

Solid or Liquid?

1/2 cup of corn starch3/4 cup of waterMetal bowlWet cloth (for cleanup afterwards) Add both ingredients into metal bowl and GENTLY stir until dissolved. Should look like a white liquidy paste. Go ahead and dig in with your hands, and …[Continue]

Simple Soap Recipe for Kids

This simple soap comes out like play dough, and allows kids to form their own shapes. These can be great gifts or simply make bath time more fun. What you will need: 3 cups of soap flakes Liquid food coloring …[Continue]

Easy Soap Making for Kids

Soap

Making home made soap is a great craft to share with your kids. The materials are affordable and easy to use, and soap making lets your kids, share their creativity, and have fun all at the same time. Here are …[Continue]

Drool

1 tablespoon white out/liquid paper2 tablespoons elmers blue gel glue2 1/2 teaspoons water Mix lightly and carefully ! ( watery be careful!)makes: about a cup and a half! ENJOY! From halley, age 10, poughkeepsie, NY…[Continue]

Slop

2 cups of flour1/2 cups lint1 cup water Mix all together ! enjoy! From halley, age 10, poughkeepsie, NY…[Continue]

gOoY GoOp!!

2 cups water 2 cups corn starch3-4 drops of food coloring 1 Lrg. Bowl First add the water into your large bowl.Then add your 2 cups of corn starch…stir continuosly or until all the lumps are gone.Add the 3-4 drops …[Continue]

Goo

Borax.Elmers glue Mix together required amout for how much you want, equal parts….[Continue]

Clay with Glue and Borax

Gluewaterborax Take the bottle of glue and put it in a container.Put water and mix it with the glue.StirPut water into a container with borax and stirPour the water and borax mixture and put it in with the gluestirDone From …[Continue]

Fizzy Bath Bombs

These delightful bath additions will fizz and fragrance your bath at the same time. What you will need: •1/2 cup of Baking soda or Bicarbonate of Soda •1/2 cup of Citric acid •2 tsp of Almond Oil or Apricot kernel …[Continue]

Slime, Goop, Gak, Flubber and Oobleck

I am writing an column for Surfnetkids.com about homemade polymers, and I realized that the longer I researched, the more names I stumbled upon for the homemade goop. Here’s the list so far: goo, goop, gak, slime, flubber, oobleck. Do …[Continue]

Slime

*1 cup corn starch*1 cup water*food coloring Mix ingredients. If it is too soggy add more corn starch. If it it’s too thick add more water.Then add food coloring. From Ryan Nicholas Harper, age 9, Reno,Nevada…[Continue]