Arthurlie Family Centre

Making Bubbles; I can learn how to make bubbles.

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“I can make it pop.”

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“I can make bubbles.”

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“It’s getting bigger and bigger.”

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“I’m going to make the biggest bubble in the whole wide world.”

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“pop, pop, pop, pop, pop.”

Some of the children were experimenting with specific ingredients and were learning how to make bubbles. We used 1 litre of water, 100ml of a good quality washing-up liquid and a teaspoon of glycerine. This helped to create a bubble mixture, which the children enhanced by using straws to get the bubble effect. The children were learning new words and phrases as a result and discussed how the bubbles “popped,” “floated,” and got “bigger and bigger.”

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