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Bubbularium Activity

The activity gives directions for building a bubble dome from simple materials a clear plastic lid, a straw, bubble solution, a flashlight, and tape. This inexpensive bubblarium allows a close up observation of iridescent bubble colors.
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The activity gives directions for building a bubble dome from simple materials--a clear plastic lid, a straw, bubble solution, a flashlight, and tape. This inexpensive bubblarium allows a close-up observation of iridescent bubble colors.

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