Bubbles

Exploration and investigation
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Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 children explore bubbles in an exciting and interactive way.

Most children have blown bubbles at this age and this workshop encourages the children to discuss what bubbles are made of, where bubbles are found, including making bubbles using household items to:-

  •  investigate the best way of blowing bubbles
  •  observe bubbles for colours and shapes
  •  experiment using everyday items to
    blow bubbles
  • predict and test what happens with
    different shaped bubble blowers
  • create bubble pictures.

Weather permitting we go outside and make BIG bubbles using the large bubble makers.

This workshop needs to take place in the school hall.

Curriculum links

FS

Knowledge and understanding of the World
Exploration and investigation

Science

Working scientifically – Everyday materials
Using their senses to explore

CCL

Language for communication and thinking
Physical development – Using equipment and materials
Creative development – Exploring media and
materials

English

English speaking and listening

Years

N, R, 1, & 2
Cost:

A whole day: 3 x 1 1/4 hours approx. sessions/workshops at £380 per day
Morning only: 2 x 1 1/4 hours approx. sessions/workshops at £255 per morning
All materials and equipment provided. Maximum class numbers = 36 pupils



Helpers:

You will need to provide 5 adult helpers in addition to the class teacher for each session/workshop