Students will enjoy performing hands on activities with bubbles. They will think they are conducting magic tricks. Teachers will love having station activities that contain all the directions and posters. Recipe for bubble solution included.
The most common way to play with bubbles is to blow them and watch them fly away. There are so many other things to explore with bubbles. You can bounce them, touch them, and catch them. Can you make them square? How big of a bubble can your students make? This download contains 5 fun activities to explore the science of bubbles.
Included in the 19 page digital download:
*Bubble Soap Recipe
*Background Information and Tips
*Direction Poster for each station activity
*5 Activities in all.
*2 Page observation Log appropriate for K-5th grade
*2 Page Bubble Station Log Appropriate for 2nd-5th Grade. Contains a variety of questions based on the 6 science process skills.
Activities are great for classrooms, scout groups, homeschoolers, class parties, birthday parties, and just for fun.
Please see preview for list of supplies.
Yours in Science,
by Kimberly Scott
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License