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Title: Watch Sarah’s Science Experiment at Helotes Elementary School!

Are you looking for some exciting and educational science content to share with your students? Look no further than GMSA@9, where Meteorologist Sarah Spivey is here every Wednesday to demonstrate the science behind her experiments. Join us as we explore the world of science in partnership with the San Antonio Zoo.

Ready to get started? Here’s what you’ll need for Sarah’s experiments:

* Dry ice (remember to wear gloves when handling)

* 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

Now let’s get started! Here are the step-by-step instructions for each experiment:

Dry Ice Big Bubble:

1. Fill a large bowl with water and drop a little dry ice in it.

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

3. Repeat steps 1-2 several times for an even bigger bubble effect!

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