Ooze Labs Test Tube Fun Science Experiment Kit
Test tubes of slime, instant snow, quicksand, hydrophobic sand, crystals and more. They are fun and simple science experiments in big chunky plastic test tubes!
Each tube comes with its own instruction manual to guide experimentation along with safe, non-toxic materials needed to conduct each fun and educational science experiment.
Party favors & stocking stuffers: Each Ooze Labs tube measures under 6 inches tall, making it the perfect size and an affordable choice for use as a party favor, stocking stuffer, or Easter basket goodie!
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Mix up a pale blue slime and add holographic glitter flecks to it for a fun, sparkly effect.
Whip up a batch of slime that stores light energy and then glows in the dark!
Glowing Galaxy Slime
Explore the world of slime with Glowing Galaxy Slime, a cosmic slime that twinkles and glows like the night sky. Using a combination of blue slime powder, glow pigment and two types of glitter you can create your own unique galaxy slime.
Mix up a batch of slime that reacts to a magnet. Ooze Labs are fun and simple science experiments in big chunky plastic test tubes!
Make a slime that changes color from white to pink-orange in strong ultraviolet light, like direct sunlight.
Make your own color-changing slime that changes from green to blue depending on the temperature.
Mix your own oobleck — a mysterious oozy substance that behaves a little like quicksand. It becomes a rigid solid under force but runs like a liquid when no force is applied. This classic science experiment teaches about the unique properties of non-Newtonian fluids — fluids that can act like a solid or a liquid depending on how much force is acting upon them.
Fast-forming Hot Ice Crystals
Experiment with instantly forming sodium acetate crystals that produce heat.
Explore the bizarre properties of hydrophobic (water-hating) sand, which never gets wet and forms fascinating structures underwater.
Leave the cold outside and bring the snow indoors — fake snow, that is! No mittens are required for this fun and simple science experiment: Combine this special non-toxic snow powder with water and watch as the mixture expands to hundreds of times its original size, creating a light and fluffy material resembling snow. Bonus: Learn about super-absorbent polymers and their scientific properties as you create your own mini winter wonderland!