Kate's Corner: Snake bubbles

Published: May. 3, 2017 at 11:05 AM EDT
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No matter your age, everyone loves bubbles. In this Kate's Corner, we are making snake bubbles or just a long line of bubbles.

Here's what you'll need:

- Water bottle with the bottom cut off

- Dish towel

- Rubber bands or hair tie

- Water

- Dish soap

So take your water bottle and wrap the towel around the cut off end. Secure the towel with your rubber band or hair tie. Now in a bowl or dish add some dish soap with some water. Mix it together then dip the towel on your bottle into the sudsy water. It's time to make your snake bubbles! Blow through the drinking piece and you'll see your snake start to form out of the towel. Keep blowing and see how long you can get your snake to be.

If you want to make your snake a color, add some food coloring onto you cloth then blow.

How does it work?

When you blow through your bottle, you are creating hundred of tiny bubbles. The air is pushed through the towel and lots of tiny bubbles form. They all attach to each other when they come out of the towel.