chemistry lesson - world record set by Hooked on Science
West Park Mall, MO, USA -- 268 kids,
young and old, participated in a chemistry lesson at the Science
Day 2009, an event organized by Hooked
on Science - setting the new world record for the
"Participants learned all about polymers
by creating slime," says Outreach Science Educator Jason Lindsey
To be exact, folks created 268 batches of the
They used slime from the Science Bob store.
Science Bob's slime is designed for learning and fun and can
be picked up, slowly stretched to over 4 feet, and can even
be rolled into a ball.
This is the third record-breaking
science event for Southeast Missouri.
Hooked on Science TV segment continues to get kids, young
and old, Hooked on Science around the world. The award-winning
TV segment can now be watched in 101,156,736 homes in the
United States, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, India,
and the Philippines.
Look for the segment on Direct TV, Cable
Television, TCT World, Sky Angel, and TV stations throughout
America during local news and children's programming.