Four Creepy Cool Halloween Kids Science Experiments At Home


Four Creepy Cool Halloween Kids Science Experiments At Home

Mad scientists everywhere enjoy these four tried-and-true, creepy-cool Halloween kids science experiments: #1 Bubble Trouble, Oil & Water “Lava Lamp” (Chi Epsilon Mu (XEM) Chemistry Club at Austin Peay State University) Gather This: Alka-Seltzer®, Vegetable Oil, Water, Tall Clear Container (1 or 2 liter), Food Coloring (Neon Color) Steps: “Fill the bottle about 2/3 full…

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7 Colorful At-Home Science Experiments

7 colorful science experiments you can do at-home

7 colorful science experiments for kids that you can do at-home, with items you may already own! Click through these experiments for detailed instructions, facilitation tips and takeaways with printable PDFs! #1: Learn About Chromatography You’ll need: Tall glass, with ½ to ¾ of an inch of water Coffee filter Scissor Pencil Tape Non-permanent markers…

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St. Patrick’s Day Science Experiments for Kids

A curious collection of colorful & kooky St. Patrick’s Day science experiments and activities for kids! Photos, videos and insight to try these experiments at home. BONUS: We recommend discussing how to make an experiment more eco-friendly! Many sites linked below use single-use plastic, but could you use an alternative? From the CuriOdyssey At-Home Science…

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Valentine’s Day Experiments for Kids

Make science your Valentine, these themed experiments will keep love in the air! Find even more experiments on our Science Experiments for Kids page. How strong is a heart? Test out the strength of different shapes in this experiment! Materials you’ll need include: paper, tape and different books for weight. What are those fancy flowers hiding? Flowers…

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Science at Home: Rainbow Eruptions

Simple at-home science experiments featured at Bubbles & Rainbows 2018. There were two kinds of rainbow eruptions at this event, try one or both today! The Mentos Method Source: Scientific American describes the tried and true method well, with some variation testing (i.e. crushed candies vs whole). At CuriOdyssey, we cut out a few steps and…

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Camp CuriOdyssey: A Serious Science Playground

Take a peek into our play with serious science that goes into our curriculum. Explore scenes from camps, classes and workshops past. A child you know can join in today! View all science camp, classes and workshop offerings here. They’ll think. They’re playing. #SciencePwr  Video: CuriOdyssey Science Educator Bryan Tests Sodium Acetate Experiment Video: Sodium Acetate Experiment…

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Discovery Classroom Curiosities

Thanks to our dedicated educators, these science projects are displayed in our Discovery Classroom inside of the CuriOdyssey Science Center Building. They are always experimenting with new content for our classes and camps, and put these projects in the window so our visitors can see too. Plan your visit today to see what we are…

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At-home Science Activities for Kids


CuriOdyssey camps and classes inspire the inner scientist in kids with S.T.E.A.M. activities facilitated by professional educators.  But there are lots of quick and easy at-home art projects you can do with your child that teach science concepts.  Here are a few we recommend for your young science enthusiast. Paper Helicopter Come fly with us! This simple…

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What’s inside a Leaf?

    With a few simple home ingredients you can remove the cellulose in a leaf and reduce it to its lignin skeleton! Be sure to have an adult help you out with this experiment! Process We start off by creating our solution – Mix 2 cups of water and 4 teaspoons of washing soda…

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Summer of Science Activity Series: Rainbow Density Column

Rainbow science experiment

Welcome to the next installment of our Summer of Science activity series! We’re issuing a challenge to make your family’s summer the best one yet – by making it a Summer of Science. To help make it a science-filled summer, we’ll post a new science activity on our blog, from now until August. Give each…

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