Science Projects for Trick or Treat
From glow sticks and colored candies to haunted house-worthy music, there is plenty of Halloween science to uncover!Preparing for Halloween? Before or after the tricks and treats, the following collection of posts from Halloweens past may help you tie science concepts (and hands-on science projects) into all kinds of spooky and sweet discussions at home and in the classroom:
- Candy Chromatography
- Glow-in-the-dark Chemistry
- Trick-or-Treat Science
- Good Hand Washing? Turn on the Black Light!
- Vampire Bats and a Bat Detector
- Sounds Like Halloween
- Biodiversity at Halloween: A Spider Variety Show
- Zombie Preparedness
What is your favorite science project using leftover candy? We'd love to know! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to share your story.
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