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Science                                          Tuesday

LI: To create and explore bubbles.

Prepare a glycerine mixture the night before this lesson.

Blow bubbles. Watch, chase catch and pop them as they travel in the wind.

Make and test bubbles using different mixtures:

Task 1: Make normal strength bubbles using soap mixture.

Children to use a wide range of bubble blowers to create bubbles of different sizes.

Blow the bubbles using small bubble wands or disposable pipettes with the ends cut off. Catch the bubbles on gloved hands and watch them bounce. Who can make the biggest bubble?

Whose bubble can fly the highest? Etc…

Task 2: Make super bouncy bubbles using bottled water, a tablespoon of washing –up liquid and a teaspoon of glycerine. (LEAVE THIS MIXTURE OVERNIGHT).

 

Children to use a wide range of bubble blowers to create bubbles of different sizes.

Blow the bubbles using small bubble wands or disposable pipettes with the ends cut off. Catch the bubbles on gloved hands and watch them bounce. Who can make the biggest bubble?

Whose bubble can fly the highest? Etc…

 

 

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