Level: Primary, Junior, Middle School Grades: K and up | Age: 5yrs and up | Written by: David Leatherwood
[David is an artist from Florida]
Students will use milk and food coloring to make wild, fantastic patterns which can be transferred to paper.
What You Need:
What You Do:
Pour milk into a cereal bowl
Pour a thin layer of oil on top of the milk
Add in a few drops of food coloring
Pop the drops of food coloring with a toothpick
Swirl the colors around and make beautiful designs!
Optional: Place a sheet of white paper over top of the milk bubbles to make a print.
Kids LOVE IT!
Watch this 'How To Make Milk Bubbles' video!
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