Want to try a really fun science experiment with your students?
Let’s Make a Fog Bubble From Dry Ice
- a large bowl with a lip around the top
- a strip of cloth
- bubble solution (be sure to add a little corn syrup or glycerin to your solution for strong bubbles that will get really big).
- dry ice (can be purchased in grocery stores)
Safety First: Adults should handle the dry ice with gloves. Do not let the children touch the dry ice. It can cause skin reactions.
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