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Kindergartners at St. Joseph Elementary School recently completed a science unit on the properties of bubbles.
The lesson allowed students to create their own bubbles of various sizes and shapes.
Through the unique experiment, they were taught how bubbles are formed from soap and water, why they’re usually round and why they have so many colors
Using a homemade solution of dishwashing detergent, sugar and water, the bubbles were blown through their fingers and bubble pipes made from styrofoam cups and straws.
The highlight of the activity for the kindergarteners was being covered from head to toe with one giant bubble.
St. Joseph Elementary School kindergartener Andy Pham blows bubbles through a styrofoam cup and straw as part of a class science experiment.