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Bubble Science by Thames & Kosmos

Category: Fun


Minimum Age: 8
Number of Experiments: 35
Released: 2008
Available: No

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Description

Experiment with the whimsical wonder of bubbles. For countless generations, people have been fascinated by the unique properties of soap bubbles. See for yourself why these elegantly simple structures of soap, water, and air are still studied by scientists, modeled by mathematicians, emulated by architects, and immortalized by artists and writers. Learn about the love-hate relationship between soap and water. Blow giant bubbles, mini-bubbles, bubbles within bubbles, chains of bubbles, and bubble blankets. Discover how a bubble's color can reveal when it will pop. Build soap film domes, roofs, and bridges.

The full-color, 48-page book guides you through 35 experiments. Ages 8 and up.


- read the history of soap bubbles
- mix the perfect bubble solution
- learn about surface tension
- blow bubbles dozens of ways
- observe the color of bubbles
- make geometric bubbles
- play tricks & games with bubbles

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Science Projects in this Kit:

A Film of Water
Have you ever done a belly flop into a pool? When your entire body hits the surface of water at once, it hurts quite a bit. Do you know why? You can explore what it is all about in the following exper ...
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