There’s just something amazing about dry ice – the solid that turns into a gas. Science teachers call it sublimation… kids call it amazing. Over the years I’ve presented a number of television segments about using dry ice to make Halloween even more fun – Screaming Ice, Bursting Smoke Bubbles, Spooky Apple Juice, the Crystal Bubble. This segment featured on the NBC affiliate in Denver is one of my favorites… probably because of the three little helpers.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLO5SJ2uxEE[/youtube]

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  1. Mary
    Mary says:

    I’m a preschool teacher a a church preschool. We really don’t have any classroom budget. So, how can I make the jar and spriket for the boo bubbles?

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