Monday, March 16, 2015

Celebrate National Bubble Week with Gazillion Bubbles!

**Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review.  All opinions are ours and ours alone**

March 11-17 is Gazillion National Bubble Week and here are some ways everyone can celebrate!
·         First, get some bubbles! Gazillion Bubbles solution makes the biggest, brightest and most colorful bubbles around! And ramp it up with awesome bubble toys!
o   36365bulk(2014-4-21) copyGazillion Bubbles Tornado
This machine may be small, but once you pour in Gazillion Bubbles solution, you’ll instantly see an endless flurry of bubbles with the Gazillion Bubbles Tornado with its new patented design! Easily attach the 8 oz. bottle of Gazillion Bubbles solution to the Tornado and turn the machine on to create an incredible bubble storm! Ages 3 and up. Batteries not included. SRP: $11.99



·         Try out some bubble tricks! How do bubbles work? Are bubbles always round? What happens to bubbles when you change the temperature? Test out these questions and more with fun, easy bubble experiments.
o   Find all the bubble experiments here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/bh3rgf7lp8wzt53/Bubbleexperiments.pdf?dl=0

·         Take the bubble test! Did you know:
o   A Bubble Gets Its Color From IridescenceAs waves of light pass through the bubble, it gets distorted by reflecting off different layers of soap film.
o   You Can Freeze BubblesA bubble’s shell is composed of a layer of water molecules surrounded by two thin layers of soap. Technically, a bubble will freeze below 32 degrees Fahrenheit like all water. The only problem is that bubbles tend to burst after a few seconds, so in order to see a bubble freeze, the temperature needs to fall to a temperature that will freeze water molecules more quickly.
o   Why Do Bubbles Burst?Anything that fractures the tenuous layer of water molecules can cause a bubble to burst. For example, a gust of wind or an object (like your finger) will easily cause a bubble to burst. Also, a bubble will burst if enough of the water molecules evaporate.
o   Many Bubbles Makes A FoamWhen many bubbles are joined together, it becomes a foam. From cappuccinos to the foam on the top of your beer, bubbles are all around us.

Gazillion National Bubble Week is a fun way to celebrate the season.  The Bubble Tornado was a huge hit with my kiddos as it produced thousands of bubbles, transforming our backyard into a bubble wonderland.


Gazillion Bubble Toys would make fun Easter presents that are sure to bring smiles to your little ones' faces!




Disclosure: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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