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Can't make it to a corn maze or haunted house? Pick up our Halloween themed STEM kit with 7 hands-on activities for your children to enjoy at home.Β 

Activities are geared for Elementary School aged children and their families. Parental supervision is needed for certain activities.

All activities comes with detailed written instructions, 3 will also come with private links to instructional videos.Β Β 

The 7 activities are:

πŸ‘» Spooky Slime - Investigate the properties of two different polymers to create a slime cobweb!

πŸ‘» Monster Genetics - Explore the world of probability and create a unique monster based on "chance".

πŸ‘» E-Ghosts - Charge up your ghost and watch them float.

πŸ‘» Bubbling Balloons - Chemical reactions create this fun effect with balloons.

πŸ‘» Ghastly Eyeballs - Reflection vs. Refraction? Take a spooky look at the science of optics.

πŸ‘» Creeping Crystals - Grow crystals in a fun Halloween shape.

πŸ‘» Batty Science - Echolocation fun!

All materials (except water) will be provided in individual activity kids and packaged in a take home box. Kits can be picked up from the Children's Science Center Lab in Fair Oaks Mall each Saturday from 10am until 12pm in October beginning October 10.