Kid’s Project: DIY Dry Ice Bubbles

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Photos By: Not Just Cute

Bubbles, did someone say bubbles? Over at Not Just Cute, they share an amazingly fun science project for kids by the means of making bubbles from dry ice. When the bubbles pop they release fog. While this is an activity that will require adult supervision, the kids can experiment with different ways of making bubbles, different pressures and surfaces to make the bubbles without causing popping, how to change the openings that release the bubbles, and different amounts of ice to release various amounts of fog. Even the adults have fun making dry ice bubbles!

Instructions For Kid’s Project: DIY Dry Ice Bubbles

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