Bouncing Bubbles Workshop Extension Pack
More than 12 children in your workshop? This extension pack allows you to up your numbers by factors of 6.
- 6 x Rocket balloons
- 6 x 30 ml Measuring cups
- 6 x 5 ml Pipettes
- 6 x Stirrers
- 6 x 30 ml Mixing bowls with lids and stickers
- 6 x Magic gloves
- 1 x 200 ml Glycerine
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Birthdays, Weddings, STEM Events – in fact this indoor activity is perfect for any one wanting a fun educational celebration session!
The Bubbleology Workshop 1 Kit: Bouncing Bubbles
contains a range of traditional and modern bubble toys and chemicals all of which offer great STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) teaching and learning possibilities; plus, they will help you and your young Bubbleologists make a range of amazing bubbles: big, small, touchable, bouncing, floating & sinking.
It also does with a 27 page guidance booklet, online support for organisers of the event plus a 20 minute Science of Bubbles Show with Scientific Sue!
Bubbles hold many wonders and create lots of excitement, and investigating the science methods behind the creation of different bubble solutions is sure to fascinate young minds and help them think like a scientist.
All of our STEAM ACADEMY workshops are designed to not only motivate and fire the spirit of discovery with our children but also ignite curiosity in their minds.
Each child leaves with a bowl of their bouncing bubble solution, a magic glove, pipette, 30 ml measuring cup, stirrer and a rocket balloon.
Safety: It is recommended that all young children should wear safety goggles when playing with bubbles to prevent any soap splashes going into their eyes.
What to do:
Eyes: Rinse eyes with lukewarm water with one of the following methods:
- Pour a gentle stream of water from a jug or clean teapot over the eye from the inside corner by the nose, across the eye, flowing out towards the ear.
- Eye may be irrigated in the shower if this can be accomplished without delay.
- Young children may be wrapped like a mummy in a towel with arms at side and held over sink or tub or laid on counter during flushing.