Science Through the Alphabet: B is for Bubble
This is a LIVE 30-minutes class starting at 4:00 PM Eastern on Wednesday, September 23.
Why are bubbles always round? Why do we see so many colors in bubbles? And what causes a bubble to pop? As we make and experiment with bubbles we’ll seek to find the answers to these questions and more about bubbles.
Stemtastic's Science Through the Alphabet series is designed with the littlest scientists in mind, as the activities seek to create a sense of reverence for the alphabet and the diversity of our world of matter. From ants and boats to light and motion, we’ll explore a new scientific concept each week as we travel through the alphabet.
Classes are recommended for ages 3-6.
Magic Letter Books
Bubble Solution or make your own:
3 cups water
1 cup dishwashing liquid
1/2 cup glycerin(optional)
1/4 cup corn syrup
If you are making your own solution, it’s best to make it up to 24 hours in advance so water may become distilled
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