Bartholomew and the Oobleck
Listen to this condensed version of the popular Dr. Seuss book, “Bartholomew and the Oobleck”
Can Bartholomew Cubbins rescue his kingdom from a sticky green substance called “oobleck”?
Rain is a liquid and rain forms puddles! See if you can jump the puddles to come up with the right answers in this fun math game, Jumping Puddles!
Make Your Own Oobleck!
You might need to put some of these ingredients on your grocery list, but when you have them you can make your own Oobleck!
Water exists as solid ice and in liquid form! You have probably painted with watercolors, but have you ever painted with ice? Learn how to make some ice paint and make a masterpiece of your own!
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