Bubble Day Unit (PDF & Digital Add-On) / Distance Learning

Grade Levels
1st - 3rd
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77 pages
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**This file now includes a digital add-on component making it the perfect tool for distance learning!**

Bubbles, bubbles, bubbles. Who doesn't love bubbles? This pack is designed to appeal to kids and their love of all things fun. The end of the year can be challenging as students set their sights on the impending summer. Use this pack to to keep your students engaged during the last few weeks of school. It could be used in one day, or spread out over a few days.

Using a simple container of bubbles, your students will have lots of hand-on fun as they learn.

This pack is designed for a full day of fun and learning, but could easily be used over several days if desired. The student pages were created in black and white for ease with photocopying. Your purchase includes a PDF document AND a digital component for use in Google or Seesaw.

I am excited to share that a digital component has been added to this file. It can be used in Google or Seesaw. Some of the digital activities are based on what you'll find in the PDF, but some new activities were added as well. Please keep reading for a breakdown of what is included in the digital add-on pack.

Please be sure to check out the Preview.

The following activities are included in the PDF:

  • Suggestions for Use
  • Bubbles Recipe
  • Bubble Wand Challenge (directions for making a bubble wand with straws and tape)
  • Bubbles Can/Have/Are organizer
  • Bubble Brainstorming page (use to describe bubbles or for prewriting purposes)
  • Bubble Observation recording pages
  • Bubbles Mini Book (fill in the blank science book; includes single page {worksheet} option)
  • Writing Prompts (informative, opinion, and narrative)
  • Poetry Templates (cinquain, acrostic)
  • Compare and Contrast (option 1: soap bubbles and bubble gum; option 2: soap bubbles and bubble wrap)
  • Parts of Speech Scoot (bubble related words; color and black & white versions included)
  • Five in a Row (adding and subtracting game; color and black & white versions included)
  • I Have, Who Has (expanded form; color and black & white versions included)

The following activities are included in the digital add-on pack:

  • Bubbles Can/Have/Are Organizer
  • Fun with Bubbles video and response page
  • Bubble Fun Facts & Questions (students use the information to answer questions about the content - text boxes are already set up for student use)
  • Bubbles Acrostic
  • Bubble Adjectives (students choose from a set of adjectives and drag the words that describe bubbles into place)
  • Compare/Contrast (students compare bubbles to bubble gum OR bubble wrap using the provided text boxes)
  • Parts of Speech Sort (students drag the provided words into categories: noun, verb, adjective)
  • Bubble Dance video


There are videos from You Tube in the digital add-on. I have reviewed the videos myself prior to including them. The videos includes kid-friendly/appropriate content. Any ads, banners, and/or videos that play if you click out of the slideshow or when playing the video via the Seesaw link are not controlled by the person posting the video or the creator of this resource. As always, videos should be watched with adult supervision.

Be sure to check out the preview file!

Total Pages
77 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.
Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.
Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons.
Write narratives in which they recount a well-elaborated event or short sequence of events, include details to describe actions, thoughts, and feelings, use temporal words to signal event order, and provide a sense of closure.
Write informative/explanatory texts in which they introduce a topic, use facts and definitions to develop points, and provide a concluding statement or section.


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