| *Activity Name:* | {text-data:name=activityname|width=300px}{text-data} GOOP |
| *How long did it take?* | {text-data:name=activitytime|width=300px}{text-data} 1 hr. |
| *Materials:* | {text-data:type=area|name=expenses|width=100%|height=200}* Plastic cup w/ 1.5 cups cornstarch
* Plastic cup w/ 1 cup of water (not yet filled)
* Styrofoam plate and plastic spoon
* Several paper towels
* 2x Recycling bin (or otherwise) to hold water, in lieu of sink{text-data} |

*Vocabulary to know about for this activity*:
Viscosity - how much a fluid resists flowing (high  = thick, low = thin)

Newtonian Fluid - viscosity stays the same (flow is directly proportional to pressure)

Non-Newtonian Fluid

*Background/Things to know about for this activity*:
{text-data:type=area|name=background|width=100%|height=300}The teacher should be familiar with all the vocabulary terms as well as know the basic differences between the states of matter
- Solid: fixed volume and shape (low energy)
- Liquid: fixed volue, variable shape (high energy)
- Gas: variable volume and shape (very high energy) 

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*How can the EDP or engineering design practices be incorporated into this activity?*

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