BISMARCK, N.D. - Dr. Seuss Day is the national celebration of an author that has touched the lives of millions of Americans.
A class in Bismarck celebrated by recreating Oobleck, the green ooze that takes center stage in the book "Bartholomew and the Oobleck." In the story, slime falls from the sky until a king learns to apologize for his mistakes.
"They get a big kick out of it. At the end of the year when you ask about most memorable experiences, this is always a favorite activity," said Laurel Wenger, Dorothy Moses Elementary School second grade teacher.
The slime is made with a mix of corn starch, water, and food coloring.