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What happens when you heat up slime? Learn all about the properties of materials with this on-trend science spectacular.
Slime has hit the big time! In 2017, ‘make slime’ was the number one ‘how to’ Google search in the world, way ahead of second and third place entries, ‘make eclipse glasses’ and ‘buy bitcoins’.
Who searched the most? New Zealand and the tiny French island of Reunion, of course.
Kids all over the world are making slime in weird and wonderful ways, with YouTube superstars driving the phenomenon to giddy new heights. This is one science lesson your students will go gooey at the knees for.
Nick East is a Twinkl content writer, primary teacher and editor of a games-based learning website. Originally from Australia, he is now based in Frome, Somerset. You can find him at mrfunology.com.
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