Bubbles in the winter time can be a magical kind of fun. On the next cold, calm day with a temperature below 32 degrees, try using bubbles to create magical winter science experiments for kids.
With a little practice and a steady hand, magical winter crystal balls will emerge.
What you need:
1/2 cup soap powder
1/2 cup of sugar
3 cups hot water
What you do:
Blow a bubble and catch it on the wand.
Hold the bubble still on the wand.
Watch the bubble freeze into a frozen crystal ball.
How did your winter science experiments turn out? Leave a comment below, or send us a picture!