You may have noticed that slime has become very popular lately, especially with middle school students! Students in Mrs. Wojtkunski’s 6th grade science classes recently explored the science behind slime. Slime is considered a non-Newtonian fluid, which means it’s neither a solid or a liquid, but behaves like both at the same time. This was a great introduction to our upcoming chemistry unit. Each month, Mrs. Wojtkunski’s science students vote on a science related activity to do; it was no surprise students chose slime. Activities may be extra messy, require teamwork, STEM related, or all of the above! November’s science free day will feature Breakout Boxes!