Halloween Science

Screen shot 2009-10-06 at 9.40.13 PMAs we move deeper into October you may be thinking about how to add some science learning to your Halloween festivities. Well, you have come to the right place.

Check out Science Bob’s Halloween Science for some spooky science experiments and demonstrations.

Steve Spangler has some ideas for Dry Ice Fun (see videos below) over on his blog and you can also follow his Daily Halloween Science Ideas on Twitter.

3 responses to “Halloween Science

  1. I’m a middle school teacher in NC and I just wanted to write and thank you for the resources you have about Halloween, as they helped me out with my lesson plans for this October. I found another resource that I also used that I thought you and your readers might like (since my students liked it) that answers some of the questions my students had about the Holiday. I have included the link below if you would like to add it to your blog, tweet it or add it to your Facebook page.

    http://www.thefreeresource.com/halloween-history-fun-facts-and-resources-to-plan-parties-and-make-decorations

    Hope all is well and keep the great resources coming

    Bre Matthews

    • Thanks so much for the comment Bre,
      It’s very motivating for me to know that the resources I’m posting in the northwest are finding a home all around the country.
      Keep checking in :)
      KIrk

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