Warning, do not attempt this without adult supervision. While there’s nothing dangerous about the experiment, the ingredients themselves can be a bit toxic.
Dry ice is cool. It can be used to preserve foods, carbonate beverages, make ice cream, remove warts,trap mosquitoes and, most importantly, perform epic science experiments.
We’ve posted a few fun dry ice experiments in the past, and we’ve got a new one to share. Making a giant dry ice bubble. This relatively simple experiment would be fun to try one weekend when you’re stuck in the house.
Check out the video to see how the dry ice bubble is made:
Here’s the full ingredient list:
- Dish Detergent
- Distilled Water
- A bowl
- Dry Ice