How to Make Glacier Gak | Easy Science for Kids

Science for Kids | Glacier Gak | Science Experiment

Get your hands slimy in this super gooey DIY science experiment for kids!
In this how-to video, you will learn about glaciers and then how to make gak, which moves like a glacier! Gak is a lot like slime, and just as fun! When you’re all done, you can store the goo to play with later, and it will last for weeks!
This easy science project is great for children ages 4 and older with adult supervision, and it takes about 20 minutes to complete. This DIY gak recipe does involve hot water, so adults should carry and pour it.
To make the gak, you will need school glue (7.625 oz), white and blue glitter, blue food coloring, borax, a measuring cup, teaspoons, a bowl and a mixing spoon.
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