Math science activities for grades 5-8 using bubbles developed by the Lawrence Hall of Science at UC Berkeley. After an extensive background section on bubbles, students devise an ideal bubble-blowing instrument, test to determine how much glycerin makes the biggest bubbles, use the Bernoulli principle to keep bubbles aloft, learn to predict when a bubble will pop and create bubbles that last for days. Perfect way to teach about light and color, aerodynamics, chemical composition, surface tension, and even technology. Soft cover. 80 pp.