Halloween coming up? Dry Ice Fun

Hope your day is Just Ducky!

The picture is just for fun and has nothing to do with the post.

The science video is about fun with Dry Ice.  When I watched it I immediately thought of Halloween and creating a mood for kids when they enter the home or stand at the door amidst creepy decorations … for those of you who like to put a little thrill  into the Halloween adventure for the Trick or Treeters.  Or for a birthday party for kids, or demo for other adults.  But caution and supervision is required because dry ice is terribly cold and cannot be touched without gloves.

I can’t embed this one, so to watch this delightful demonstration, click here.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Laurie Ryan
    Sep 15, 2011 @ 10:33:26

    Very cool. I’ve never gone crazy with Halloween decorations. But I will tell you one story about my very brave daughter when she was young. This one house had a long walkway and it was all dark and decorated and spooky. She was quite scared, but I watched her walk all the way up to the door and knock. The man who answered the door even scared me and I was out on the main sidewalk. When she got back to me, she was totally disgusted. Turns out, the guy was a dentist and was handing out toothbrushes instead of candy. All that fear…for a toothbrush. Her young mind couldn’t quite wrap itself around that. lol

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  2. Carol J. Garvin
    Sep 14, 2011 @ 15:54:23

    Now that’s cool! (No, I didn’t intend it to be a pun, but….) I’ll have to pass this along to my family.

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