I went out and bought some dry ice and we did a number of experiments. You can see suggestions from Steve Spangler science and a couple of you-tube videos here and Scientific Tuesdays.
First I dropped dry ice into the spooky skull cup Daddy bought for the kids. Then we did the one with dish soap (left) that created lots of bubbles.
|We used a bubble solution to create these massive bubbles in a pot. The kids liked that!|
From there we went on to some writing activities. I have a reluctant writer, but LD absolutely LOVED this Monster creative writing packet!! So believe it or not, LD and DD spent an our and a half writing and drawing! First they wrote descriptive words about a monster. Then drew its picture. Then they went on to brainstorm some questions (a monster's name, place, etc.) and wrote a poem with alliteration. Finally they did more brainstorming before writing a story.