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Kerri Satherley

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Bubble in a Bubble

We are going to investigate bubbles, and try to place a bubble inside a bubble. We are also going to make some careful observations - just like a scientist would. Watch the clip https://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/bubble-inside-a-bubble/ and make your bubble mix. You are probably not going to have a pipette at home so use a bubble wand (or straw) for the first bubble. Make sure the surface you are going to use for your investigation is clean (perhaps a plate) and smear some of the bubble mix on the plate. Blow your first bubble. Instead of the pipette use a straw to blow the bubble inside the bubble. Record your observations, go slow and look carefully! What do you notice? How big can you make the bubbles? How many bubbles can you get inside? What happens if the straw is dry? What happens if the straw is wet with bubble mix? Anything else you noticed?

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, STEAM, Science
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