Green Kid Crafts is back with a Halloween deal that's more treat than trick; they're offering discounts on select boxes for Halloween.
COUPON: Use this Green Kid Crafts link and code SPOOKY to get 15% off select boxes until October 31.
So, which boxes qualify? There are four:
1. Halloween Sweet Science Box
Have a STEM-tastic Halloween and learn how you can use candy to discover the ways molecules interact. Your pint-sized scientist will surely enjoy exploring the properties of sugar and more with SIX different projects inside this box, including crystal creation, gummy bear osmosis, Pixy Stix sand art, M&M solubility experiment and fizzy fun.
2. Halloween Nocturnal Animals Box
This box is jammed packed with fun learning kits including: A Glowing Firefly, Shadow Puppets, A Glow-in-the-Dark Owl Friend, a real Nighttime Lantern, plus a bonus activity guide full of tons of fun extension activities.
3. Halloween Slime Lab Box
Young chemists will experiment and flex their chemistry and doodling muscles by creating four kinds of slime. Create black chalkboard slime and doodle on it with the included chalkboard art markers. Make another batch of slime with glow powder to create glow-in-the-dark slime. Make fluffy slime, slime fish, and glow worms and test alternative slime recipes using conditioner and gelatin.
4. Fall Weather Science Box
The weather crafts inside this Weather Science Box are sure to turn any child into a mini meteorologist as they create their very own Weather Station, Cloud Finder, and Wind Sock. They’ll have a blast creating their own, unique weather instruments, then continue the fun as they track and measure the weather patterns using their handcrafted tools.
Not familiar with Green Kid Crafts? Founded by a mom and environmental scientist, the brand's been getting kids excited about nature and STEAM since 2010, and they've sold more than million boxes of activities for kids from 3 to 10. Best of all? Every time customers make an online order, Green Kid Crafts plants a tree!
Which Green Kid Crafts box will you pick up for your budding scientist this month?