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Mrs. Netherland

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Snow Day Science: Frozen Bubbles

Today, we are going to bring a little Science to our Snow Day learning. Have you ever taken a bubble stick or bubble wand outside on a warm, sunny day? Maybe your teacher or one of your grown-ups has blown bubbles for you, and you chased and popped the bubbles as they floated away in the wind. Playing with bubbles is usually a warm weather activity, so it's something we do in the Spring or Summer. We are currently in the season of winter, and the weather is much colder. Today is a very COLD day, so let's do a Science experiment. In a Science experiment, we are trying to find the answer to a question. Here is our question: What do you think will happen if you blow bubbles when it is COLD outside? (Optional: add a couple drops of food coloring to your bubble stick or bubble wand before going outside) 1. 2. on page 1 make your prediction - what do you think will happen when you blow bubbles when the weather is COLD? 3. Bundle up, go outside, and blow bubbles. 4. go to page 2 or to share what you observed. What did you see? What happened to the bubbles? 5. go to page 3 was your prediction correct? 6.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, Pre-K, Science
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Note: The temperature needs to be below 32 degrees. For best results, the temperature needs to be between 9-12 degrees. Resource link: https://www.firefliesandmudpies.com/frozen-bubbles/