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  • Libba Stanford

    Next winter, if your area is below 32°, go outside and blow "ice bubbles" The kids will never forget it!! Did you know that you can freeze bubbles? These temperatures are perfect for using that left over bubble mix from the summer. Go outside on any day when it’s below 32 degrees F and try this: blow a bubble and then catch it on the bubble wand. Wait a few moments while it freezes- it will turn into a cool crystal ball before it shatters!

  • Megan Ryan

    Whoa! So cool! #science #cold #winter #bubbles #experiment #kids #school #teaching Next winter, if your area is below 32, go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into ice bubbles" my life is now 100% better

  • Courtney Hogan

    Winter fun! If your area is below 32, go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into ice bubbles. The kids will LOVE this!

  • Colleen Whitson

    How fun would this be to do with a classroom of kids? how to make a frozen bubble: Did you know that you can freeze bubbles? Go outside on any day when it’s below 32 degrees F and try this: blow a bubble and then catch it on the bubble wand. Wait a few moments while it freezes- it will turn into a cool crystal ball before it shatters! Too cold to go outside? You can learn how to make your own crystal ball bubbles in the freezer with soap by checking out the site below… http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Frozen-Bubble awesome!

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