Thank you to The Young Scientist Club for the fun Bubble Kit!
My kids LOVE bubbles! We keep some on hand at all times because they provide inexpensive fun and the boys never seem to get tired of them. Now everybody’s favorite Big Red Dog, Clifford, helps kids explore the science of bubbles! This fun Bubble Science kit comes with a lab tray, measuring cup, test tubes, pipette, funnel, paper and an instruction book narrated by Emily Elizabeth, to perform their experiments.
The boys couldn’t wait to try it out! The book has 14 easy, fun experiments to try. I liked that they were simple enough for my 3-year-old but my 5 and 7-year-olds loved them as well. The first one we did was make water bubbles.
I wanted to start with this to make sure my youngest got the hang of just blowing through the straw and not sucking before we moved to bubble solution
Next we made bubble sculptures.
They loved watching the mountain of bubbles grow!
Next my 5-year-old made some funnel bubbles.
I was impressed with how big the bubble got before it popped. We carefully held it up by the window to see all the rainbow colors in the bubble.
I pulled out some green food coloring to make colored bubbles and bubble prints.
It worked pretty well but I think we needed more food coloring. We also used a straw to add to our artwork.
We used the included pipe cleaners to make custom bubble wands.
They thought this was super cool! They made all kinds of shapes. It got a little messy but that just made it all the more fun!
This kit was not only fun but educational as well. They really enjoyed it and have asked to play with it almost every day! You can use any kind of bubble solution too so you can do the experiments over and over.
The Bubble Science Kit is just one of the fun items available from The Young Scientist Cub. Check them out for the little scientist in your life! One lucky reader will win their choice of one of the four kits listed below.