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Gak attack in Mystic
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Izzy Ash, 5, left, Melanie Fleming, 5, center, and Zoe Cosmopoulos, 6, all kindergarten students in Darlene Williams' class at Northeast Academy Elementary School in Mystic, make Gak (which resembles Silly Putty) during Math and Science Day Thursday at the school. Romulo Romero of Boston, a scientist for Merck, taught classes how to produce Gak, which is comprised of Elmer's Glue, water, Borax and food coloring.
Izzy Ash, 5, left, Melanie Fleming, 5, center, and Zoe Cosmopoulos, 6, all kindergarten students in Darlene Williams' class at Northeast Academy Elementary School in Mystic, make Gak (which resembles Silly Putty) during Math and Science Day Thursday at the school.

Izzy Ash, 5, left, Melanie Fleming, 5, center, and Zoe Cosmopoulos, 6, all kindergarten students in Darlene Williams' class at Northeast Academy Elementary School in Mystic, make Gak (which resembles Silly Putty) during Math and Science Day Thursday at the school. Romulo Romero of Boston, a scientist for Merck, taught classes how to produce Gak, which is comprised of Elmer's Glue, water, Borax and food coloring.


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