Slime is bouncy, stretchy, and oozy—but what is it really if it's not a liquid or solid? It's a non-Newtonian fluid. More to the point, it's really fun to make and to observe its weird properties. Readers of this fun activity book delve into the science of slime, paying particular attention to coloring their slime with primary colors and mixing to create secondary colors. And don't forget the glitter! The accessible text guides them in making predictions based on facts, a skill that will later help budding scientists in the lab. Step-by-step instructions and photographs make creating homemade slime a snap.