2 Day 1-2-1 Become a Bubbleologist - Fun Bubble Class by a Pro Bubble Artist

Explosive Learning Jo Reynolds Life Skill Teachers
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(1,239)
In my two week course, I introduce you to the world of bubbles and teach you how to amaze people with your Bubbleologist skills.

Class experience

US Grade 4 - 12
Beginner - Advanced Level
Students will learn to make a professional bubble mix for use in creating a basic bubble show. I will include a sensible number of bubble tricks for the session length, along with tips on how to make a great bubble show to impress friends and family. 
Homework Offered
Learners will be expected to practice the bubble tricks taught in the first lesson to enable them to build on that knowledge on the second lesson.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Grades Offered
Ingredients for the bubble recipe 1:
12 cups of warm water (3l)
1 cup of Dawn Original Washing up Liquid or 1 cup of Fairy Original Washing up Liquid (250ml)
1/2 cup of cornstarch (75g)
200ml Glycerine (optional) 
2 teaspoons of Baking Powder (NOT Baking Soda!)

Ingredients for the bubble recipe 2:
1 cup of green Fairy or  Dawn Original
9 cups water  
1 tbsp glycerine (optional) available from chemist.

Materials needed for props:

1 large clean bucket. (A new bucket is the best as its not contaminated with anything.)
1 x mixing stick or whisk / hand blender and a mixing bowl
2 x 2 foot bamboo sticks
6 foot of thick cotton string
1 x roll of colored electrical tape (optional) used to decorate the props
2 x plastic straws
1 x wool glove like you wear on your hands in the winter. If you don't have one any fleece type material will also work so please grab a fleece top and have that ready for class.
1 x old sock or stocking
2 x small plastic soda bottle (9fl oz / 500 ml size)
1 pair scissors to cut string and soda bottle (adult supervision may be required)
Old rug or newspaper
2 x hand towels or dishcloths
1 x plastic cup
1 x large mixing bowl
1 x large plate

ALWAYS put the cap back on! Spilt bubbles are sad bubbles.
Foam isn’t good for bubbles. so never shake a bottle of bubbles and try to get a clean dip.
Remember - anything that isn't wet will pop the bubble.
For little bubbles, hold the wand close to your lips. For bigger bubbles hold it, father away and blow slower.
Experiment with a regular drinking straw with your wand. Hold the bubble steady with the wand and use the straw to create bubble houses and shapes. Just remember not to suck!
Don't worry, you can't blow an ugly bubble!
Even if you don’t have any bubble toys, you can still have great fun. Use the recipe above to make some juice, and then see what you can find in the house to make some bubbles. Try a coat hanger or the inside tube from a kitchen roll. Best of all, try your hands - dip them in your bubble juice, make an "o" shape with your thumb and first finger, and blow. This way you can touch the bubble yourself without it popping!
Learners will need basic kitchen ingredients and household materials to make the bubble mix. Children may require help measuring and mixing quantities depending on individual age and capability. 

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Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(1,239)
Explosive Learning specialises in Life Skills classes that:

* Develop essential life skills rarely taught in schools
* Improve wellbeing by helping make kids happy and active
* Increase confidence through performance skills
* Are great fun to... 
1-on-1 Lessons


for 2 classes
2x per week, 1 week
50 min

Live video meetings
Ages 6-18

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