HALLOWEEN SCIENCE

Halloween is our favorite science holiday at BealsScience.com! There are so many fun experiments, demonstrations, and projects that fit with the ghoulish tales of Halloween. The following Beals Science experiments have been specially selected to make your Halloween scientifically spooktastic! Enjoy!

All it takes is one search on the internet and you will find thousands of recipes for making slime at home, but how do you know which one to use? The crew at Beals Science has taken the guess-work out of making your own slime; we've been testing recipes for more than 1...

Sulfur Hexafluoride gas is one of the craziest gases we have ever gotten our hands on! This gas is five times more dense than the air we breathe which causes it to behave differently than other gases. For example, if you breathe in SF6 it will make your voice get very...

Styrofoam is all around us. It has become one of the most common insulators and packaging materials in the world. Styrofoam coffee cups keep our drinks warm, packing peanuts keep our valuables safe in shipping, and it even keeps our drinks nice and cool inside our cool...

People are mesmerized by dry ice. It is freezing cold, it gives off a chilling smoke that sinks to the ground and when you drop it in water, bubbles and smoke start pouring out of the liquid! This is probably why dry ice is so popular at Halloween time - it is mysterio...

Halloween is one of the most exciting times in science class because so much of the creepy, slimy, bubbly, stinky things that we associate with Halloween can be explained by science. In my class, I devote an entire lesson to the Chemistry of Halloween. I decorate the r...

Liquid nitrogen is one of my favorite compounds in the science lab because it is so cold (-321 deg F) and readily available. Nitrogen is all around us, in fact the air we breathe is about about 78% Nitrogen! But, at standard temperature and pressure (STP) nitrogen is a...

"Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters!"

This vortex cannon is one of my favorite toys to take to science and STEM "Magic Shows" because nobody ever expects the sheer force of air that shoots out of the garbage can! It is one of the easiest science demonstration pieces to ma...

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