Spooky Science: 5 Easy Educational Halloween Experiments


Glowing lights, eerie sounds and ghostly images….Halloween is the perfect opportunity to introduce science concepts to your children and explore changes in matter and chemical reactions. By using ordinary household items, parents can easily create these Spooky Science experiments compiled by the education team at Kiddie Academy® (www.KiddieAcademy.com). Set them up one at a time as boredom-busters, or incorporate all of them into a mad scientist-themed party! Your kids will have so much fun, they won’t realize that they’re learning.

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“Conducting fun holiday-themed experiments allows children to use their senses to see, touch, hear and smell science concepts. In fact, by conducting these Spooky Science activities, children are making predictions, observations and testing hypotheses, just like real scientists,” according to Richard Peterson, Kiddie Academy’s vice president of education.

To download a set of free Spooky Science activity cards with full directions for five easy Halloween projects from Kiddie Academy, along with an explanation of the science behind the magic, visit the Kiddie Academy blog here.

All are designed to be done with everyday materials and parental supervision (mostly to deal with any messes). Here’s what you’ll find: Bubbling Potion, Creepy Slime, Ghost Writing, Glow-in-the-Dark Mad Scientist Jars and the Ghostly Glove.-

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October 16, 2013 – 5:36 PM - | Posted in halloween | 5 Comments »

5 Comments to “Spooky Science: 5 Easy Educational Halloween Experiments”

  1. Sandra (at) Coasahmom (dot) com Says:

    Oh these seem like they would be great for our kiddos! Thanks for this post!
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  2. Mer Says:

    What a fun way to sneak in a science lesson!

  3. Janet W. Says:

    I’ll have to go download these activity cards so I can do this with my grandson!

  4. Kat E. Says:

    Thanks for sharing these! We love activities around Halloween, and these sound perfect! The Glow-in-the-Dark Mad Scientist Jars are sure to be the 1st one we try 🙂

  5. Emily Says:

    Thanks, my son will love these. He’s so excited for Halloween
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