Fun Winter Experiments For Home-schooler Lessons

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By: Krystle Crossman

It is cold outside. Very cold. Most places are covered in snow and ice and the winds are whipping. If you home-school you may not be getting outside very much for lessons over the next few months. There are a few experiments that you may want to get bundled up to do though because they are pretty neat and are a great science lesson.

1. Bubbles – Blowing bubbles is fun for kids and adults alike. It is even more fun when the weather is really cold and they freeze in mid-air. If it is cold enough they will not pop when they hit the ground. It is recommended that you warm up the bubble solution before you go outside as it freezes quicker when it is at a higher temperature. As you blow the bubbles you can either release them from the wand into the air or keep them on the wand. Watch the inside of the bubble and you will see the crystals begin to form and spread across the bubble. At this point if they are strong enough they will freeze in position or they will shred apart.

2. Boiling water – Use caution with this one as you do not want to get burned. Make sure that you throw the water away from you and away from anyone else that is outside.

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