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Winter Activities: Freezing Bubbles

Have you ever experienced -33C weather? Its fantastic! Now before you think I am crazy, I will explain and show you our impromptu freezing bubbles winter activities. Everyone knows that when the temperatures drop below zero, things freeze but do you know what happens to simple bubble mix in this weather? How about boiling hot water? Let’s walk.

we had so much fun doing these sub zero winter activities and the freezing bubbles were so beautiful


As I said our freezing bubbles activity was a total spur of the moment activity. So spur of the moment that I had to create a quick bubble solution and created a wand with a paper clip and an old ring.

You Need:

  • bubble mix
  • microwave
  • wand
  • food coloring (optional)
  • -30C weather or colder
  1. Microwave the bubble mixture and add a few drops of food coloring.
  2. Go outside and blow your bubbles slowly and as close to the ground as possible.
  3. Leave for a few seconds. Our bubbles were hard enough for us to touch after a few minutes.

We also made snow in our crazy weather. Simply click the link to see our video on the Learning 2 Walk Facebook page. Oh and ignore my crazy little dance at the end. 🙂


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