Adult Supervision Required
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Make Science Lessons Memorable With Glow-In-The-Dark Powder
Give your students an unforgettable lesson in fluorescence and phosphorescence with hands-on activities using glow-in-the-dark powder and black light. Glow Powder, best seen in the dark, is actually zinc sulfide, a compound that glows when light energizes the electrons. Making DIY slime recipes? Add some Glow Powder to make it look like something out of this world. Decorating for Halloween? Glow Powder can amp up the creepy factor in your classroom. Find more inspiring ideas for using this powder in the teaching guide. Great for sparking science fair project ideas!
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- Luminous zinc sulfide
- Size: 227 gm (½ lb.)
- 1 plastic measuring scoop
- 1 mini black light
- Full-color teaching and activity guide