Oobleck Recipes

Oobleck comes from the Dr. Seuss’s Bartholomew and the Oobleck… great idea to read with this activity.

Four Cheeky Monkeys -link- using various colors (from image above)

Kid’s Craft Room -link- Meadow Goop, adds green food coloring and elements from nature

Messy Little Monster -link- frozen Oobleck

Steam Powered Family (various links): with potato starch, with arrow root flour, with tapioca flour, with baby powder, magic color changing experiment

Sensory Play -link- scented experiments (lavendar)

Steamsational -link- glow in the dark

Views From A Step Stool -link- use Oobleck to paint the sidewalk, plaza, patio…

“To Make the Oobleck:

Our (my 6 year old’s) favorite recipe is:

2 cups warm water

4 cups cornstarch

food coloring of your choice”