Cycles – States Of Matter
We love to curate experiments that took up our students’ time, not to waste it, but to teach them to be engaged effectively in a new dimension. Textbook learning is here to stay, and we do encourage our students to read and learn from notes. However, the missing link to help them bridge their learning is being hands on. Hence, we always like to showcase a tried and tested experiment on the Oobleck. It is a non Newtonian fluid, and is able to be in the solid state and the liquid state, under certain conditions. They, never get tired of it. It is a good stress reliever too, as some of our students attested to.