Challenge and Discover: Halloween

This month, Inspiration Laboratories  and I are challenging you to do a Halloween Science Experiment. It can be absolutely anything as long as it it science based and Halloween themed.

How about making some icky, sticky sensory goo for preschoolers, you could even add some toy bugs? Or for older children how about a moving ghost magnet picture similar to our magnet maze?

We also have even more SPOOKY ideas in this Halloween Science post. The possibilities are endless and Trisha and I are very excited to see what you come up with. The most important thing is that you have fun and make a few discoveries along the way.

Halloween Science Experiment

 

More ideas

Make a ghost move using static electricity like Inspiration Laboratories

How about some pumpkin oobleck?

Link up here or at Inspiration Laboratories.

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We do our  very best to comment and tweet all posts as well as pinning to our Challenge and Discover Pinterest board.

Trisha and I  have some Spooky Halloween Science Hangouts coming soon too.

We can’t wait to see all your Halloween Science Experiments.

 

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Author: Emma Vanstone

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