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Free Halloween Science Experiment Guides from Steve Spangler Science

Halloween is such a fun time to wow kids with some spectacular, spooky science! Where to start? Things that bubble and fizz? Slime? "Bloody" secret messages? Doesn't sound that scientific to you? Oh, but it is! With the background info and activity ideas you find in this post, you too, can make learning science fun this Halloween.

Whether you are looking for some dazzle for your science classroom, or for a science activity to keep those kid's hands busy at home, we've got you covered. Here are two FREE downloadable science experiment guides from Steve Spangler science. Read on to find out how you can really knock the kids socks off this October!

Free Halloween Science Experiment Guides

I'm excited to share two free Steve Spangler Science guides to get you started on some fun science experiments for Halloween. These will be great for spicing up science class, activities for your after school science club, Halloween party, or at-home activities.

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If you love fun science, then you're probably a Steve Spangler fan. "America's Science Teacher" is known for his fun hands-on science experiments, his popular You Tube channel, "Sick Science", frequent TV appearances on local television stations in his home state of Colorado and national television on shows like Good Morning America, Ellen and on the Weather Channel, or his DIY science show

Halloween Science Activities


Halloween Science Activities

Who would have thought you could transform a pH lesson into a spooky science activity? In the experiment guide below you'll find out how to make some "bloody" messages on goldenrod colored paper for your friends and to decorate for Halloween.

What's the pH science? Basically, the pigments in this paper make it work like a big sheet of litmus paper, and the ammonia mixture is a base that causes and acid-base reaction. You can get the paper here.

You can also find out how to make your own Boo Bubbles! These are simply the coolest and are sure to wow your kids or students! Boo Bubbles are bubbles filled with a cloud of carbon dioxide, made with dry ice. See them in action here:

Halloween Science Experiment Guides Ideas


Free Halloween Science Activity Guides

Download the free guides below for these and 23 other Halloween and dry ice experiments!

Halloween Science Activities

Even More Halloween Science, STEM and STEAM

Looking for more fun Halloween science? Don't miss our Pumpkin STEM activity or this cool dissolving ghost experiment.

You'll also love the STEAM Kids Halloween e-book. These activities combine science, technology, engineering, art and math. Learn how to make some pumpkin brush bots, fizzing pumpkin treasure rocks, learn some spider web science, and more!

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