Today we had the first frost of the year, and that’s really exciting! It means freezing bubbles. We took 10 minutes to stop whilst on the school run to blow bubbles onto the top of our frosty car on our driveway and onto the grass on the way to school. The kids are always mesmerised at watching bubbles freeze, it… View Post
Bubble experiments are great fun for kids so we decided to set up our own bubble experimenting station in the garden using things we had around the house.
One of our favourite things to do on a frosty morning is freeze bubbles!! Blowing them on cold mornings onto frosty grass results in them freezing into beautiful and delicate icy bubbles which shatter at a touch. But we didn’t want to wait until the arrival of the cold mornings so we did it in the warmth of the house… View Post
We headed out to watch the sun rise on a frosty morning, it wasn’t particularly cold but the grass had a reasonable frost in parts of the shade, no more than a normal frost, it wasn’t frosty enough to create icy puddles. We took some small bottles of bubbles that are used as party favours (a 6 pack in Poundland… View Post