Bubbles fascinate both children and adults. Such simple ingredients—soap and water—create such beautiful shapes and colours. By experimenting with bubbles, students learn about surface tension, elasticity, minimal surface structures, and how to blow really, really big bubbles.
When water turns into snow, is it still water? The answer is yes!
Our world is filled with solids, liquids and gases and matter can go from one state of matter into another without changing its substance. In this lesson, students explore the different states of matter.
For some things, it’s not too hard to classify them as liquids, solids, or gases. But what about that gooey stuff that feels wet yet doesn’t pour? Or the sticky stuff you can stretch and stretch and it never breaks? In this lesson students get the chance to explore some strange materials.