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Math, Science and Games with Bubbles

3.5 Hours in Curriculum Development

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Introduction

Bubbles are fun for all ages. Bubbles are more than fun though, they demonstrate many different scientific and mathematic principles that you can explore while having fun.

This training offers some different bubble recipes for you to try out, some science and math activities for all ages and some fun games and crafts too.

This is a HANDS-ON training and will require you to actively complete the assigned projects with the children in your care.

 Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify the concepts learned while playing with bubbles

  • Gain ideas for using bubbles to enhance the learning environment

  • Understand the value of sensory play

  • Identify what the children in your care learned while participating in planned bubble activities

Recommended Resources

  • The Unbelievable Bubble Book  by Stein  & John Cassidy

  • Soap Bubbles  by Charles V. Boys

  • Bubble-Ology  by Jacqueline Barber

  • Bubble Trouble  by Scholastic

  • Pop! A Book about Bubbles  by Harpercollins Children’s Books

  • Experiments with Bubbles  by Enslow Pub Inc.

  • Bubbles, Rainbows and Worms: Science Experiments for Preschool Children  by Brown, Sam Ed

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