From This Is How You Play
|Age Range||3-5 (PreK-K), 5-8 (grades 1-2), 8-11 (grades 3-5)|
|Group Size||small (1-5), medium (6-20)|
|Setup Time||medium (6-30 min)|
|Duration||medium (11-30 min)|
|Materials||water bottle, fabric or old sock, rubber band, soap, water|
|Presentation Style||active, interactive, student led|
Students will get to create long tubes of bubbles!
This Is How You Play
- Cut the water bottle in half and recycle the threaded end (the end where the cap was).
- Wrap the fabric (an old sock works best) around the old end of the water bottle and secure with a rubber band.
- Dip the fabric end into some soapy water.
- Blow into the end without fabric and a bubble snake should grow out of fabric end of the water bottle!
For the soapy water, a rough ratio is about 2 tablespoons of soap per gallon. This doesn't need to be exact but it needs to be pretty soapy.
- https://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/bubble-snakes - More information on how to create bubble snakes
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