Mama to 5 Blessings wrote this post on 20th Century Fox and their PR Company. I received several Fantastic Four science experiments and movie in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.
Since my husband was a young child he has collected super hero memorabilia and watched every super hero movie under the sun! Our older boys are just like their dad, they get it honestly! One of their favorite super hero team’s is the Fantastic 4. Now that the new Fantastic 4 movie is available on Blu-Ray / DVD we are not just excited to get to watch this new movie but to incorporate some epic at-home science experiments that are inspired by the Fantastic 4 team’s super powers!
Our experiments included:
Mr. Fantastic’s Stretchy Slime
The Human Torch’s Combustible Candles
The Invisible Woman’s Invisible Ink
The Thing’s Clobberin’ Candy
The kids favorite were the invisible ink pens which represented the Invisible Woman. They wrote their secret message on paper and with the back light on the markers show their hidden message.
In the Mr. Fantastic’s Stretchy Slime several different slime concoctions could be made, the kids chose to make the Sewer Slime. My husband being the chemical engineer was the perfect teacher for this as he explained the science behind the experiment while the kids participated mixing and stirring the materials.
Finally the Human Torch Combustible Candles were not just a science experiment but a craft as well as a science to the craft, almost like sand art in a jar resulting in a candle! As you can see my daughter was thrilled to make these!
Fantastic 4 It is packed full of action which makes it the perfect movie for all super hero lovers to enjoy! Grab a copy this holiday season to fill a loved one’s Christmas stocking! You can enter for a chance to win a copy of this amazing movie on Blu-Ray HERE.
What types of super hero inspired science experiments have you and your kids done?