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I mentioned in a previous post that our family is using Supercharged Science for our primary science ‘curriculum.’ I’m supplementing the hands on experimental focus with books from the library or reading from science books we already own.
Well, earlier today Aurora hosted their monthly call in session with a focus on chemistry. I couldn’t get on for it, but was not dismayed as I’d seen mention of free Halloween Science experiments on the eScience page.
So, guess what I’m sharing with you????
Halloween Science Activity Series ($20 value)
Everything you need to spook up your house, freak out your friends, and create a Frank Einstein mad science lab!
Learn how to make glow-in-the-dark slime, build one-way mirrors, create a morph-box that will transform an apple into a skull, make screaming balloons, real bats that fly, and ghosts that hang by themselves!
Guaranteed to transform your house into a haunted treat your kids will be talking about for years.
403 Halloween Science Activity Video Series Clicking this link takes you to a page asking for your email address. The link to the page with the activity video will be sent to that email address.
Disclaimer ~ If you decide you LOVE Supercharged Science as much as we do and join the eScience program, our family will receive a commission if you purchase it through our link on this blog. Many thanks to anyone who does. Either way, enjoy the free science with your kids.
Now to gather up our supplies to do this with my boys. I just have to make sure they don’t decide the glow in the dark slime belongs IN their beds!