Put the lid on top of the flashlight, so that the rim of the lid is up
and it makes a dish.
Put some bubble solution or dish detergent and water on the lid.
About 1 tbsp should be enough.
Use the straw to spread the bubble solution all over the lid and even
on the straw.
Use the dry end of the straw to blow a bubble.
Watch what happens. Blow more bubbles as they pop.
If you are having trouble seeing it, go to a dark room, or check if your
flashlight needs new batteries. The flash in the picture wiped out
most of the reflected light and colors.
As you are watching the bubble, it will get thinner on top and thicker at
You may think that six-inch bubbles are impressive, until you see the
SIX-FOOT bubbles your family can make with this plastic and nylon
Bubble Thing. Create huge spheres, giant tubes, rainbow-hues towers,
jumbo bubbles-inside-bubbles and much more, using ordinary dish soap
and water. Includes instructions and solution recipe.
The book explains the science, and the plastic and nylon Bubble Thing creates the magic and fun.
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craft projects, and we'll share them with other visitors.
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effort to provide activity ideas that are safe and fun for children it is
your responsibility to choose the activities that are safe in your own
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