Galt Toys, Bubble Lab, Science Kit for Kids, Ages 5 Years Plus & Toys, Kitchen Lab, Science Kit for Kids, Ages 5 Years Plus
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Step 1. Put your bubble solution in a container that will cover at least half the straw when added inside Phillips, T., 2003. Saturday Morning Science: Elastic Water on the ISS, Science@NASA, Marshal Space Flight Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Retrieved June 6, 2007.
Science Buddies Blowing the Best Bubbles | STEM Activity - Science Buddies
In a container of water, the tiny water molecules are attracted to each other, and consequently they are always pulling on each other. At the surface of the water these water molecules are attracted to the water molecules around and below them, but have no water molecules above them to be attracted to (since it is just air). This is what creates surface tension. The water molecules at the surface of the water do not want to move up, away from other water molecules, which makes water have a high surface tension. In fact, it is too high to form bubbles. This week in our STEAM Storytime series we were inspired by the book, The Bubble Factory written by Tomi DePaola
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See how to make this impressive bubble experiment with minimal steps and materials but tons of cool factor. And it’s not just about blowing giant bubbles. Scroll all the way down to watch the entire video from start to finish where my son explains that it’s all about surface tension!
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The Safety Bubble is a portable bench mounted re-circulatory fume hood that can be used to provide many different types of safety or controlled environment. It protects the operator and laboratory environment from exposure to chemical vapours and airborne particulates.
If the learning doesn’t convince you to try this with the kids, remember this involves bubbles. Making bubbles! What kid doesn’t like bubbles? Pepling, R., 2003. What's That Stuff? Soap Bubbles, Chemical and Engineering News, Volume 81, Number 17, pp. 34, publication of the American Chemical Society (ACS). Retrieved June 6, 2007. Now, can you make a bubble in a bubble in a bubble? How many can you make?! This is fun and challenging for kids as they start and stop and try again.