Recipes for Oobleck: From Dr. Seuss's Book "Bartholomew and the Oobleck"

Dr. Seuss celebrates his birthday on March 2 and we celebrate Dr. Seuss's legacy of literature. Dr. Seuss's charming fable "Bartholomew and the Oobleck" is pure Seuss fun. Poor Bartholomew--always chased by something. Hats, kings, oobleck, there's got to be something Freudian in that. Anyway, here are recipes to make oobleck. Kids, you can make this alone (sorry, no explosions or pretty lights with these recipes...). Parents and teachers, we'll let you in on the fun, too. Make with your children, homeschool or students.

What is oobleck? Dr. Seuss is not only a wit with cartoon drawings, but he's pretty creative with words too. Oobleck is just what it sounds like: goopy, gooey, slimy putty flubber. And Oobleck has a mind of it's own as poor Bartholomew discovers. Celebrate the wonder and magic of Dr. Seuss in your homeschool or classroom.   Recipes for Oobleck: From Dr. Seuss's Book "Bartholomew and the Oobleck"

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