When Leprechauns play in snow, it turns green. So it only makes sense that Leprechaun Insta-Snow turns green when you add water. Just place a few scoops of white Insta-Snow powder in a cup (it starts out white) and add water. The water instantly turns green and erupts into fluffy snow. It's green snow in seconds! Leprechaun Green Snow has the same texture as the original Insta-Snow®, the same original fluffy texture, and it magically turns green. You wouldn't expect anything less from the the creative people at Steve Spangler Science and their Leprechaun science team.
The jar of Leprechaun Green Snow powder make 2 gallons of fluffy green snow. You supply the water, we supply the magic. Includes mixing instructions, scientific explanation, and a measuring scoop to mix-up a perfect batch every time
- 100 grams of Leprechaun Green Snow
- Blue scoop
- Full color mixing instructions with scienfitic explanation
How Does It Work?
Just mix a cup of water with a scoop of Insta-Snow polymer and within seconds, the liquid turns into a solid and then erupts into a fluffy snow-like material (no mixing required). Watch in amazement as it instantly expands up to 100 times its original volume. It’s not sticky or clumpy like other Insta-Snow imitations. Insta-Snow® is the only brand of snow polymer that actually erupts into a fluffy white powder. Insta-Snow doesn't melt, it's long-lasting, and it's even reusable after it dries out.
What Does It Teach?
Explore the ever-changing science of polymers as students experiment with Instant Snow. Each Insta-Snow product comes with an activity guide with suggestions for science fair projects, classroom demonstrations, experiment ideas, and fun ways to explore the science of polymers. Insta-Snow, the original Instant Snow, is an amazing polymer that turns ordinary water into a fluffy substance that looks like real snow! It's the latest technology used by movie makers to create incredibly realistic snow scenes.
- Green snow Review by Chris White
I just tried the green snow for the first time. My preschool class thought it was funny that the leprechaun's got into our regular white snow and turned it green. Then they thought it was funny when their hands turned green. Very cool to watch the snow go from white to green without coloring the water first. Lot's of fun for kids and adults. (Posted on 5/31/13)
- Leprechaun Science Fun From Steve Spangler Science Review by Angie
Angie received the Leprechaun Science Kit from Steve Spangler Science at no cost to her in exchange for a review. To read Angie's review in its entirety, please visit her blog
- Spangler Science Team
[This is] a ton of stuff for only $24.95. What I love most about Steve Spangler Science is that all their kits come with enough supplies to do these experiments over and over again.
The Green Leprechaun Snow was a big hit with the kids and even bigger when this momma realized that once the snow dries it's reusable.
...seemingly boring white beads were my girls' favorite when we discovered that adding a little sunlight created beautiful rainbow bracelets!
The Worm Goo was also a big hit and probably my favorite. Add a little water and some green food coloring and you have instant worms!(Posted on 5/31/13)
- Get Your Kids Interested... Review by Michele
Michele received the Leprechaun Science Kit from Steve Spangler Science at no cost to her in exchange for a review. To read Angie's review in its entirety, please visit her blog - Spangler Science Team
As soon as I opened the box and my kids saw what it was, they were jumping up and down. Steve Spangler Science makes learning about science really fun. My kids don’t even know they are learning, they think we are playing (shhhh, don’t tell).
[The Rainbow Glasses] look like ordinary 3D glasses, but my kids had several hours of fun with these glasses last night.
Watch [this] video and see how we created a cup of green snow. We just did a small cup full.(Posted on 5/31/13)
- science kid Review by Julie Ley
The green snow is Awesome. Especially great for St. Patricks day but my kids love it year round. My son is in Kindergarten, he brought the snow in for show and tell for his class. The other kids loved it also. (Posted on 5/31/13)
- Awesome Fun! Review by Jenn Bridge
The kids in our program really loved doing this experiment...they especially loved the green hands they got from playing in it for hours! A really great addition to our St. Patrick's day theme! (Posted on 5/31/13)