Halloween doesn’t just have to be about Halloween costumes and Halloween candies. It’s can be a great time to explore some messy science experiments. These are fun Halloween science experiments for preschoolers to learn from while they have fun and get messy.
Looking for a spooky science experiment? Kids of all ages will be mesmerized by this flying ghost science experiment! Besides having fun with a clever Halloween science experiment, students will be learning about how hot air rises.
Glow in the dark eggs – a science experiment for kids. Easily create a naked egg through a chemical reaction of dissolving an egg’s shell in vinegar. Make it glow with this added ingredient for extra creativity and fun!
This outrageously FUN Exploding Pumpkin is a fun Halloween science experiment for kids of all ages from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd-grade students. This pumpkin activity is super simple to try using common materials you already have in your kitchen!
Your children will love making this ooey-gooey Do It Yourself Halloween Monster Slime! The secret to countless fun slime time is to use safe, nontoxic, and washable glue. To make the slime sparkle, I used black glitter.
These pumpkin science experiments are quick, easy, and engaging for kids of all ages. For this Halloween science, all you need are a few common liquids, candy, and our dissolving candy experiment worksheet.
For our owncuriosity shop theme this year, I recreated an old trick using a special homemade salt dough bone and a custom-designed “magic” box. Our puzzling possessed bone combines the same basic principles of magnetism with a simple DIY trick box and bone.
This silly and fun static electricity experiment is a great way to play and learn about science while having fun with Halloween activities. All you need to try this ghost experiment is a balloon, tissue paper, and a marker.
This fast, simple, and oh-so-fun Marshmallow Halloween Science Experiment for your kids. This kitchen science project has a huge wow factor as students learn about the expanding power of heat. It also brings in some art for your artistic kids.
You’ve probably heard of the dancing raisins science project, well seeing as those it’s October and Halloween is just around the corner I decided to make a more relevant theme. This frankenworms experiment demonstrates the same chemical reaction with baking soda and vinegar, but with fun Halloween activities.
Kids will have fun exploring scientific principles with this melting pumpkins project perfect for October. Not only will children learn about simple chemistry through this baking soda and vinegar experiment, but they will also have loads of fun with Halloween activities.