Frozen bubbles activity instructions
With the weather getting colder each day, it’s hard not to think about the things we can freeze. Bubbles, for example, are made from a sandwich of soap and water around a pocket of air. In this Christmas STEM activity, we get experimental and create frozen bubbles that last a bit longer than normal ones. This fun activity will get the kids thinking about the different states of matter, moving molecules and more!
Download the STEM activity sheet below or watch our video for step-by-step instructions. If you’re up for an extra activity, try our wordsearch where you look for words used in the experiment.
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