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6 Spooky Science Experiments

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Your kids can break out their inner mad scientists with these festive, kid-friendly science experiments!
6 Spooky Science Experiments
1. Sweet Candy Science

What’s really in the sweet treats kids collect at Halloween? With these three simple experiments, your family can uncover some of the ingredients yourselves.

What’s really in the sweet treats kids collect at Halloween? With these three simple experiments, your family can uncover some of the ingredients yourselves.

2. Dancing "Frankenworms"

Your little mad scientists can make gummy worms come alive in this super-simple experiment!

Your little mad scientists can make gummy worms come alive in this super-simple experiment!

3. Oozing Pumpkin

This experiment puts a spooky spin on the classic "elephant toothpaste" experiment.

This experiment puts a spooky spin on the classic "elephant toothpaste" experiment!

4. Dancing Ghosts and Bats

Wow your kiddos by using the power of static electricity to make tissue paper ghosts and bats dance!

Wow your kiddos by using the power of static electricity to make tissue paper ghosts and bats dance!

5. Magical Pumpkin

Who knew that you could create such a magical reaction with just candy and water?

Who knew that you could create such a magical reaction with just candy and water?

6. Spooky Expanding Ghost

Mix baking soda and vinegar to make this ghost float!

Mix baking soda and vinegar to make this ghost float!

Based on your knowledge of incidents at your kid’s school, how satisfied are you with the school’s efforts to control bullying?

Parents Talk Back
Based on your knowledge of incidents at your kid’s school, how satisfied are you with the school’s efforts to control bullying?
Not satisfied—too many kids are still reporting problems.
48% (13 votes)
Somewhat satisfied—compared with last year, there are fewer incidents.
30% (8 votes)
Very satisfied—the school has a zero tolerance policy. Teachers and kids have gotten the message.
22% (6 votes)
Total votes: 27