- STEM Science Kit*
- Eight Experiments
- Suggested Take-it-further activities
- Activity Guide
*STEM Science Kit Includes:
- Blue bubble wand
- Blue bubble tray
- Four clear, graduated pipettes – 6 inches (15 centimeters)
- Square bubble set
- Two black bubble gloves
- Bubble Solution – 4 ounces
- Clear PET bottle with snap cap – 4 ounces
- Two clear PET bottles – 2.5 ounces
- Bubble concentrate (dish soap) – 4 ounces
- Blue scoop
- Instruction cards
Recommended for children ages 4 and up with adult supervision. Activities are designed for one to four children.
The kit comes with the essential materials you’ll need to conduct the eight included experiments, take-it-further activities and challenges. You’ll also receive a colorful activity guide for the young scientist. The easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions guide the learner through the scientific method while providing open-ended activities to promote further learning. Best of all, you’ll receive helpful tips and suggestions for ways to work with your child to create an unforgettable learning experience.
Science Fair Connections
The take-it-further challenges featured through this kit are great starting points for any science fair project. With the help and guidance of an adult, it will be easy to focus on any one of the questions to create a great science fair experiment:
- What proportion of water in your bubble solution creates the longest lasting bubble?
- What proportion of water in your bubble solution allows you to blow the largest bubble?
- What fabric will allow a bubble to rest the longest without popping?
Inventive Fun With Bubbles
Bubbles are fascinating to children, and they love to dip a bubble wand into a soapy solution and watch bubbles float through the air. But with the Bubblology Science Kit, young scientists can blow bubbles and learn about important scientific concepts at the same time. As they work through the experiments, students will begin to see that the formation of a bubble depends on a few factors, like the surface tension of the soapy water, the surrounding atmospheric pressure and the pressure of the air inside the bubble itself. Stimulating curiosity in young children about the physics of bubbles is a great way to inspire a lifelong love of science.