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Explosive Pumpkin Carving

  • The above reaction takes place after the explosive one and creates fun elephant toothpaste
    The above reaction takes place after the explosive one and creates fun elephant toothpaste
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  • Kids and Adults had the opportunity to paint Pumpkins as they waited for the next experiment
    Kids and Adults had the opportunity to paint Pumpkins as they waited for the next experiment
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  • The science side of exploding pumpkins
    The science side of exploding pumpkins
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  • Students help kids create ghost bubbles
    Students help kids create ghost bubbles
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  • Two students set the chemicals in motion for a pumpkin explosion!
    Two students set the chemicals in motion for a pumpkin explosion!
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  • Students prepare the reactions beforehand
    Students prepare the reactions beforehand
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  • People gather around the windows to watch the experiments unfold
    People gather around the windows to watch the experiments unfold
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  • Kids had the opportunity to watch the experiments happen to several different types of pumpkins, all with unique colors an...
    Kids had the opportunity to watch the experiments happen to several different types of pumpkins, all with unique colors and carvings
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  • The beginning of a Pumpkin explosion
    The beginning of a Pumpkin explosion
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October 27, 2017
This is the 5th annual Exploding Pumpkin Carving event at Washington College

Not only did participants get to see some cool exploding Pumpkin experiments but, various stations that allowed participants to play with dry ice and ghost bubbles. Children also had the chance to paint small pumpkins as part of the activities


Last modified on Feb. 7th at 4:20pm by Katie Bedard.