Annotations for Ultimate Bubble Book : Soapy Science Fun


Baker & Taylor
Presents a series of experiments featuring bubbles made from soap solution and other substances, and explains the scientific principles they demonstrate.

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Baker & Taylor
Soap bubble activities for children which include recipes for bubbles, and the science, chemistry, and physics involved in each activity.

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Sterling
Kids know bubbles are cool--but who would have thought they could teach basic science and math principles, too? It's time for some good, clean, and smart fun with bubbly experiments that combine learning and play. Each page is delightfully appealing and filled with colorful, child-friendly illustrations. Watch one bubble "swallow" another. Prove that bubbles don't like heat, don't mind cold, and really, really like humidity. Bothered by adults always saying, "Don't blow bubbles in your milk?" They won't mind if it's done in the name of science. So go ahead: get a straw, a glass of chocolate milk, and a timer and see whether soap or drink bubbles last longer. Find out how whales use bubbles to capture food and why soda fizzes. Make magic mixtures, bubbles that seem as if they'll never burst, and lots more.


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