10 Terrifying Ghost Science Experiments

Halloween is in the air. The decorations are starting to come out, monster mash is playing on the radio and the kids can’t stop talking about ghosts and zombies. It is no secret that my oldest son LOVES Halloween. In fact, when he was 4 he planned a Halloween birthday party (In February). All this is to say, that because of this love for Halloween, I am forced to look up fun and exciting experiments and activities to try with the boys. This week they have been really into finding the coolest and most “terrifying” ghost science experiments.

Ghostly Science Experiments for Kids

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To add to the festive feel of the season, we have scoured the internet looking fro some of the coolest ghost experiments we could find and I don’t think you will be disappointed. Are you ready to see some ghostly science experiments?

Ghostly Science Experiments

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Make Ghost Balloons for a great physics experiment.

If you liked our Lego Ice Excavations, you will love this fantastic ghost ice experiment.

Turn your toilet paper into the coolest ghost mud around for some sensory science fun.

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If you kids love rockets, they will love these simple but awesome flying ghost rockets.

Use tea bags to make flying ghosts that will amaze your kids.

Who doesn’t like peep science? This ghostly peep geyser is amazing!

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Explore static electricity with these simple dancing ghosts.

Have a kid who loves a good fizz? Try these ghost volcanoes for something really fun!

Turn a classic experiment into a fun halloween activity with these spooky inflatable ghosts.

Make magic ghost marbles and amaze the kids with these disappearing marbles.

So what did you think? Pretty cool right? Have you tried any of these ghost science experiments? Do you have something else in mind for the season? I’d love to know! But first, check out our weekly Saturday Science!

Connect with me on FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestInstagram or subscribe by email. I can’t wait to hear your ideas.

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Saturday Science Blog Hop

TIME FOR SATURDAY SCIENCE BLOG HOP!

Every Saturday we will get so many wonderful ideas linked up from around the web that we have decided we want to feature some of these great ideas. That’s why every Saturday, I will pick from the posts linked up and feature my absolute favorites. This might be a hard choice to make, luckily you can always head over to last week’s post and check out more great science resources!

THIS WEEK’S FEATURE:

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Hopping Corn Science | One Time Through

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10 thoughts on “10 Terrifying Ghost Science Experiments”

  1. jaime@FSPDT

    thanks for including our fizzing ghost:)

    1. Lemon Lime Adventures

      Welcome! We love the fizzing ghost!

  2. Sara

    How can I subscribe to these experiments?

    1. Lemon Lime Adventures

      Sara, I am not sure I understand what you mean. Can you clarify?

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