About Easy Way Make Goo
Kids love to play with goo. Goo is yucky, messy, sticky, gummy, runny, smelly concoction that adults call "disgusting" when they try to clean it up. Children have always enjoyed playing with goo! Making goo is great for a rainy day when kids are bored and for the little ones to play with. Read on for instructions on how to make rubbery cornstarch goo or slimy borax goo.
Gather your ingredients. The great thing about goo is that it's simple to make. The only two ingredients you need are a 16 ounce box of cornstarch and a pitcher of water. To make this experiment even more fun, you can add some food coloring, too.
Pour the cornstarch into a bowl. Choose a big mixing bowl, so that the goo doesn't overflow the sides when you add water. Go ahead and pour the entire box of cornstarch into the bowl.
Gather supplies. For the slimy borax method, you'll need a few supplies you may not have on hand. Pick up a small box of borax from the laundry section of your grocery store. You'll also need a bottle of standard-sized white school glue and some warm water. You can add food coloring to this recipe, too
Pour the glue into a bowl. Go ahead and squeeze out the entire thing. Use a spoon or a knife to help you get every last drop into the bowl.
Add the borax. Mix 1 teaspoon of borax with 1/2 cup of warm water. Stir it until the borax has dissolved. Add the mixture to the bowl with the glue, and stir well. The instant you add the borax, the mixture will start to form into goo.
Add food coloring. Use a spoon to stir in some food coloring. The mixture will have a white base, so a few drops of food coloring will give it a pastel hue.
Be safe with borax. Borax is considered safe for kids to play with, but it should never be ingested. Make sure everyone who touches the borax goo knows not to eat it.
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