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Windy Ways

Windy Ways

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What happens to the bubbles when the wind blows?

How could you use bubbles to help you learn about the wind?

  • Practice blowing bubbles and look at how they move. You will need a bubble blower and solution.
  • You can also use a timer, compass, measuring tape, sticks or anything else you choose.
  • Try to use the bubbles to find out which direction the wind is blowing.
  • Try to use the bubbles to find out how fast the wind is blowing.
  • Can you use your bubbles to find out anything else about the wind?
  • It is easier to investigate the wind if you use a few bubbles at a time.

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