Christmas is around the corner and kids will be home for the holidays. Sometimes kids get bored when they are in the house for long periods of time. If this happens, don’t worry because I have the perfect activity to beat the boredom. It is called the DIY Canvas for Painting. This is a great project to put on your “easy science experiments for home” list.
We will show you how to do this activity in the video below. First you will learn how to make Oobleck slime. Then you will paint on the Oobleck canvas you made. Kids will find this project fun and easy to do.
Making Oobleck is considered a scientific project because it is a non-newtonian fluid. This means it can change from a liquid to a solid and vice versa. Kids will use their artistic skills once they paint on the canvas.
Parents will love this project because you most likely have all the ingredients in your home. The ingredients needed for this project are as follows:
That’s it! Watch the how-to video below and get started!
This video comes from my son’s YouTube Channel, Corban’s Fun Adventures in Learning. Click here to get a playlist of easy science experiments for home.
Have fun with this project!
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3 thoughts on “DIY Canvas for Painting | Easy Science Experiments For Home”
This is a good idea. I once made slime that could be used for cleaning dust off off surfaces like keyboards. This seems like it would be fun for kids.
Great idea! And kids always love a mess!
We love oobleck! I’ve never thought of painting on it like this. We will definitely have to try it out. I know my son will love it 🙂 Thanks for sharing and great job Corban!