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Unbreakable Bubbles Archives - Steve Spangler Science Blog. 245.pdf. Bubble Maker - CSWN Project Library. Bubble Blowing Whirligig #3DThursday #3DPrinting. August 6, 2015 AT 7:00 am Phemto shares: I’ve had a functional 3D printer for about a month, and this is my first complex construction.

Bubble Blowing Whirligig #3DThursday #3DPrinting

I’m entering it in the “Catch the Wind” challenge. download the files on: Every Thursday is #3dthursday here at Adafruit! Have you considered building a 3D project around an Arduino or other microcontroller? No comments yet. Adafruit has a "be excellent to each other" comment policy. Bubble Tray: Chemistry, Waves & Light Science Project. Bubble Tray Create giant bubbles Bubbles are fascinating.

Bubble Tray: Chemistry, Waves & Light Science Project

What gives them their shape? What makes them break or last? What causes the colors and patterns in the soap film, and why do they change? Measuring cups and spoons. Bubble Formulae. Here at the Exploratorium, we've found the bubble formula below to work fairly well in our exhibits. 2/3 cup Dawn dishwashing soap 1 gallon water 2 to 3 tablespoons of glycerine (available at the pharmacy or chemical supply house.)

Bubble Formulae

New formula! From "Marcia" in Canada I got the following formula which works for her: Motion Sensitive Bubble Machine with littleBits! Make the kids dance for bubbles!

Motion Sensitive Bubble Machine with littleBits!

Use littleBits and a 5V relay to hack your bubble machine. This is a solderless instructable. littleBits connect magnetically, and we will be using a breadboard for the relay. Bubblescience. Stand inside a soap bubble. SBG14_ActivityGuide.pdf. Unbreakable Bubbles Archives - Steve Spangler Science Blog. Science Party: Bubble Slime. Here is Slime #2: Bubble Slime.

Science Party: Bubble Slime

A different recipe than the Regular Borax Slime, but this one again has just two ingredients: liquid starch (we bought ours at Walmart for about $2) and glue. Like regular slime, you can use either clear or white glue. This slime was a little more tricky to get right; you'd be able to blow a bubble regardless, but too much starch would make it too plasticky to support the bubble long enough to enjoy it and too much glue would make the slime too sticky and soft to handle.Here are our proportions:1/2 cup of clear glueAbout 2/3 cup of liquid starch (straight from the jug) Embellish the clear glue before adding any starch - we used glitter and food coloring and swirled it to make a lovely emulsion of pixie dust. Start adding the liquid starch, bit by bit. Then it gets sticky and stretchy, and stretches indefinitely when you pull on it. which you can handle and squeeze and stretch slowly, but which breaks cleanly when you tug it quickly apart. Search - All. Bubble Maker - CSWN Project Library.

245.pdf. How to make giant bubbles. Here’s the complete tutorial on how to make a Super Giant Bubbles Kit with bubble recipe, how-to instructions and free printable labels.

how to make giant bubbles

Super giant bubbles are addicting to young and old. Kids would love to receive this as a gift or even help make the kit. I made the simple drawstring sack to hold the bubble kit supplies. How to make your own giant bubbles - bubble recipe. Make the biggest bubbles ever with this homemade giant bubble recipe.

How to make your own giant bubbles - bubble recipe

Homemade giant bubbles have been on our to-do list for a while, but we were waiting for optimum weather conditions: humid and overcast, with very little wind. Well, yesterday was perfect, so I whipped up this Giant Bubble Mix in the morning and we tried it this afternoon. I am thrilled to report that this bubble recipe really does make the biggest bubbles ever! And, if you’re looking for cool backyard science activities to do with the kids, you can put this at the top of your list! I admit it.

I’m a bit of a hoarder when it comes to cardboard tubes. I just can’t bring myself to part with them. I have a huge stash in storage room. Toilet rolls, paper towel rolls, wrapping paper tubes, food-wrap rolls, poster tubes, mailing tubes… My family thinks I’m nuts, but when you think of all the things you can make with a cardboard tube, how COULD you possibly throw them away? There are literally hundreds of ways to re-use your cardboard tubes. 22 Things to Make with Cardboard Tubes: Click on the highlighted descriptions to see a full tutorial for each craft or activity. Play Recipe: Giant Reusable Bubbles. Last updated Friday, May 23, 2014 Sometimes an activity has no other purpose than to be awesome.

Play Recipe: Giant Reusable Bubbles

This one definitely falls into that category- it was an accidental discovery that was so much fun that our whole family spent an entire afternoon getting gooey together- no screens in sight. So if your family is in need of some together time, whip up a batch of these reusable bubbles- I guarantee there will be lots of “oohs” and “aahs” and plenty of giggles, too! *This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Yesterday I posted about our super stretchy galaxy slime that I whipped up for our night sky theme.

And Elmer’s Clear School Glue . The first batch of slime I made had this rubbery consistency, so I set it aside and made some more, which is what ended up in our galaxy photo shoot. The CNC Bubble Iris: A Computer Controlled Giant Bubble Machine. The CNC bubble iris makes big soap bubbles in a new way, by weaving soapy strings together and apart with a motorized iris.

The CNC Bubble Iris: A Computer Controlled Giant Bubble Machine

It was designed to allow large soap bubbles to be made automatically with great repeatability, opening up new possibilities for art, science, and engineering with on-demand bubbles of controlled size and timing. People respond to giant bubbles in wonderful ways. Swirling with colors, shiny and floating, bubbles reveal a microcosm of the surrounding world reflected on their surfaces. When larger bubbles fold and twist, buffeted by eddies, they distort in phenomenally interesting ways too, and can be thought of as airborn, irridescent, morphing fun-house mirrors. People are delighted and inspired by giant bubbles like nothing else. Video Zone. How To Make Bigger Soap Bubbles. MakeBubbles1.pdf. Bubble Blower. Summer is just around the corner in the Southern Hemisphere, but anytime is really a good time for a homemade bubble blower!

This upcycled toy is easy to make and you likely already have the materials. DIY: Giant Bubbles. Bubble Artist Melody Yang Blows Your Mind With Her Amazing Artistry on The Queen Latifah Show. Bubble Flute: a littleBits Project by jakester. Motion Sensitive Bubble Machine with littleBits! Bubble Blaster. Clap to Make Bubbles with littleBits. June 11, 2012 AT 2:40 pm Matt Richardson at MAKE writes: During an ITP Camp session run by the folks from littleBits, one pair of campers designed and made this fantastic sound-triggered bubble maker.

Toshitaka Amaoka and Chris Mansfield made it using a fan, a 9 volt battery, some wood, a plastic cup, and the upcoming sound trigger module from littleBits. Not only did they design and make this fun project in under two hours, but the documentation for their project is already posted to the littleBits community site. Now that’s what I call rapid prototyping! LittleBits Starter Kit v0.2! Building a Makeshift Bubble Machine. Drenehtsral’s Makeshift Bubble Machine uses a CPU fan and gear motor to produce bubbles, and fascination Kids are simple when it comes to entertainment, even a cardboard box can have the same magic effect as a videogame console does at providing pure enjoyment. The same can be said for bubbles, which have amazed and astounded children since the 17th century (perhaps longer).

What’s better than blowing bubbles you ask? How about a machine that does it for you, such as the one created by maker Drenehtral to amuse his kids. Self-made soap bubble blower machine. Simple Homemade Bubble Machine. Keith Johnson Engineering with Bubbles. Bubbles That Don't Pop - Unbreakable Bubble Recipe. If you're tired of bubbles that pop as soon as you blow them, try this recipe for unbreakable bubbles! Now, it's still possible to break these bubbles, but they are much stronger than regular soap bubbles. Examples of bubbles that truly won't pop include plastic bubbles, which are essentially small balloons. This recipe makes bubbles using a sugar polymer to accomplish much the same result. Unbreakable Bubble Recipe 3 cups water 1 cup liquid dishwashing detergent (Joy is a good choice) 1/2 cup white corn syrup Simply stir the ingredients together to make the bubble solution.

Glowing Bubbles If you break open a yellow highlighter and allow the ink to soak into the water, the resulting bubble solution and bubbles will glow under a black light. Bubble Bonanza: Engineering Bubble Wands. Engineering is Elementary. GIANT bubble blower. How to Make Bubble Print Pictures. Bubble Wand - 5 Bubble Wands From Objects Around the House Video.

Part of what's so fun about bubble wands is that you can make them from any number of common household objects. Here's a quick look at five of those household objects that can be turned into bubble wands.See Transcript Hi, I'm Shaneca Mason for In this video, you will learn how to make 5 bubble wands from objects around the house.