Halloween


Halloween science experiments may be scary or fun (or both)!
October is the perfect month for spooky Halloween science experiments and projects. Here’s a collection of projects to make gooey slime, glow in the dark items, and creepy pumpkins. Halloween Science Projects Ectoplasm Slime – Whether or not you believe spirits generate ectoplasm (ala Slimer in the movie Ghostbusters), slime […]

Halloween Science Projects






The self-carving pumpkin demonstration involves carving a jack-o-lantern face using an explosive chemical reaction.
Self-Carving Halloween Jack-o-Lantern That Won’t Blow Up The self-carving Halloween pumpkin project uses chemistry to carve a jack-o-lantern face. The traditional version of the project is somewhat dangerous, so here’s how to perform a safe version of the project. Safe Self-Carving Pumpkin Materials If you can get it, this project […]

Safe Self-Carving Pumpkin Project


Splash glowing red fake blood on surfaces for a scary Halloween effect.
You can make glow in the dark blood for a Halloween costume or just because you want to decorate yourself with glowing blood. Here are several recipes for non-toxic glow in the dark blood. Glowing Alien or Radioactive-Looking Blood Mix equal parts white corn syrup and clear non-toxic school glue […]

How to Make Glow in the Dark Blood