CHEMISTRY WINDOW CLING

Using water, gelatin, and food coloring, make a window cling in a fun shape!

 

For step-by-step directions and to learn about proteins, collagen, and the science behind this experiment, CLICK HERE for instructions from our partners at BASF.

 

BASF's Kids' Lab participants know that safety is very important, so here are a few important reminders:

Only adults should handle boiling water. Also, food coloring could stain your clothes, so be careful! Only leave the temporary window clings on windows for a couple days. While the clings look delicious, they are not a meal, so please don’t eat them.

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