This winter has been an abnormally cold one here in Ontario. Because of this, the kids have not had the same opportunities to play outside in the snow as they typically do during the winter months.
One particularly cold day, I noticed a friend’s status on Facebook, sharing these BEAUTIFUL frozen bubbles that she made with her kids that day. We talked back and forth and she shared that it took her a few tries before she perfected the recipe.
For the recipe for Outdoor Frozen Bubbles, visit Science4MyKids.com.
Here are My Notes:
In order for this activity to work, it has to be REALLY cold. I mean REALLY cold, to the point where you won’t feel your hands if they are uncovered for more than a minute. Of course, this makes blowing bubbles a bit difficult, but it is so much fun!
I also recommend that you allow the bubble mixture to cool right down before using it to blow bubbles. I ended up letting mine sit outside for about 20 minutes prior to use.