Step inside an enormous bubble and use giant wands to make a room full of bubbles, blurring the boundary between play and experimentation.
Bubbles are intrinsically interesting to all ages, making them a great source for discovery. As a sensory experience, bubbles invite children to become more observant of size, shape, patterns, reflection and color. Adults can pose challenges to draw upon the natural curiosity of children.
Have a contest to see who can make the biggest bubble, keep their bubble afloat the longest, or poke your wet hand through a stretch-a-bubble.
What You Learn
- Physical properties of liquids
- Interaction of light
- Molecular structures