Winner Wednesday: Bubble Investigation

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Yay!  Winner Wednesday is back and I’m so excited to be linking up with Jennifer from A Dab of Glue Will Do and  Sara from Sara J Creations to giving you the chance to win some awesome products today!

Bubble Investigation

Today I’m giving away a copy of my States of Matter: Bubble Investigation to one lucky winner!

This is such a fun and easy way to review states of matter and really, who doesn’t love bubbles?!?

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**Warning: Clear your tables!  Mine ended up with bubbles over flowing everywhere…which was super fun, but a giant mess with supplies out! 😉 **

It really couldn’t be any easier – each kiddo gets a small bowl (I use small deli containers) with bubble solution (I used dish soap with a splash of water) and a straw.

The students use their straw to blow bubbles in their bowl.

big bubbles

This got out of hand quickly and bubbles started to cover the entire tables! 🙂

blowing bubbles

blowing huge bubbles

Then, students try to pop the bubbles with their straw.  It shouldn’t pop the bubbles because it’s also covered in liquid which so it just goes right through.  Next they try to pop the bubbles with a dry finger.  This upsets the liquid ad pops the bubbles.

Bubbles worksheet

After we documented the first set of results, I added a few drops of food coloring to each kiddos’ bubbles and they blow bubbles again.

blowing colored bubbles

You can make bubble prints by gently pressing the paper against the colored bubbles.

printing bubbles

bubble printing

Finally, take advantage of the fact that your tables are covered in soapy bubbles and have the kiddos wipe them down so they are sparkling clean!

Want to win this product?  Click below to enter! This giveaway is now closed.

You can find this product on TpT by clicking here.

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One Response to Winner Wednesday: Bubble Investigation

  1. Sara J says:

    Hi Elisabeth,
    What a fun and engaging activity! Students would LOVE this!! Thanks for linking up with us.


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