For June 1, 2007: Summer's almost here; time to focus on playing to learn: The Bubble Geometry Web site enables you … OK, also your students or kids … to make your own bubble wands from pipe cleaners, straws, strawberry baskets, and coat hangers. Then, perform simple experiments to see various bubble shapes. What happens when you blow the bubbles? Dig deeper by reading Bubbles by Bernie Zubrowski. Younger bubble scientists will enjoy all of the activities that are presented on this Web site.
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