halloweensci-twitter-badgeOur Spangler Halloween Science lab is filled with the best spooky Halloween ideas and recipes for your mad scientists and party-goers. If you’re on Twitter, it’s as easy as following @HalloweenSci to receive our best, latest and greatest science ideas for Halloween up until the clock strikes twelve on Halloween night.

Looking for FREE Halloween Science ideas? Here are just a few of my favorite Halloween Dry Ice Experiments, or you might want to watch our exploding pumpkins video or cook up some spooky Halloween science recipes. Remember, Halloween isn’t just another day… it’s an unforgettable day to make science come alive!

If you’re looking to get a jump on Halloween and order your supplies now, take a look at our selection of Halloween Science Kits and Party Packs.

Halloween-Science-KitsMix up a batch of perfect Slime or make something glow-in-the-dark with Glow Powder. We always stock up on plastic graduated cylinders and plastic beakers at Halloween for your bubbling potions.

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  1. karen lovelace
    karen lovelace says:

    Oh, I am excited! I found cheap generic pop rocks Walmart. After listening to an episode of Lab out Loud podcast that featured the author of Skeptic website, I was inspired to add literature to your pop rock experiment about urban legends. I am going to lead up to it with past issues from the Junior Skeptic magazine, then focus on the pop rocks. I found a 30 second clip from the movie Urban Legend that “showed” the kid blowing up. I want students to create a claims/ evidence chart in their notebooks based on their observations. I am even toying with playing the 1st part of the clip from mythbusters on the subject. How much fun will this be on in our October season!

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  2. Sky
    Sky says:

    It is always of fun to have dry ice at parties. It does help make a very spooky Halloween. Nice idea.
    You’ve got a lot of funny staff here, seems quite interesting. I think I’ll give several things a try.

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  3. Sherry Rich
    Sherry Rich says:

    I am reall excited about having some of the materials to use as a science lab around Halloween. Students will have fun using slime, jelly marbles, ect. We are make a lab on chemical vs. physical properties using different materials.

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