Kindergartners Study "Bubbleology" in Science

Who doesn't love playing with bubbles? Our kindergartners certainly do!
Everyone knows that bubbles are fun to make and to chase and to pop and to play with—but they can also be quite educational. In science class, for example, kindergartners learned about the fascinating properties of bubbles, how to make bubbles in different ways, and how to make touchable bubbles. They even made and tested various hypotheses about bubbles. They learned that when you touch a bubble with a dry finger, it pops immediately; however, when you touch a bubble with a wet finger, it stays intact. The bubbleologists also experimented with making bubbles on different surfaces.

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Located in Bethesda, MD, Norwood School develops students in grades PK-8 into confident lifelong learners who have the academic, character, and leadership skills to succeed in high school and beyond. Recognizing that children are multi-faceted, Norwood provides many opportunities for safe risk-taking, exploration, discovery, and growth in a nurturing, supportive, and inclusive school community.