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Sarah’s Science: Exploring Dry Ice through Experiments

Discover the wonders of science with Sarah Spivey! Join GMSA@9 on Wednesdays as Meteorologist Sarah conducts live demonstrations and explains the science behind them. Watch Sarah’s latest experiment, where she uses dry ice to create big bubbles, extinguish a candle, and make silly noises. Learn how to do these experiments yourself with our easy-to-follow instructions.

Here’s what you’ll need:

* Dry ice (make sure to wear gloves)

* DRY ICE BIG BUBBLE: large bowl, dish soap/water mixture, water, shoe lace or strip of cloth

* EXTINGUISHING CANDLE: Tea light, match, Tupperware or small bowl

* DRY ICE “INSTRUMENT”: Cups/containers of different sizes/shapes, water, soap

* BILLIONS OF BUBBLES: water, soap

Follow these simple steps to conduct the experiments:


1. Fill a large bowl with water and add a little dry ice.

2. Dip a shoe lace or strip of cloth in soapy solution and drag it across the bowl to seal it with soapy water. You should see a big bubble form with vapor from the dry ice.

3. Repeat step 2 several times to create billions of bubbles!

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