This activity is a lot of fun for 6th graders to discover for themselves the relationship between diameter and circumference. Given a small container of bubble solution, the student pours a little of it onto his/her desk and use a straw to blow a bubble. When a bubble pops, it leaves enough of an imprint on […]

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