Want to do a cool winter season weather experiment? How about freezing bubbles:
When temperatures are well below freezing (under 15°F) you can freeze bubbles pretty quickly. While a store-bought bubble solution can work okay, it is better to make your own concoction.
Warm Water: 6 cups
Corn syrup: 1 cup
Clear dishwashing liquid soap (not Ultra): 2 cups
Dash of sugar
(for even better results, keep the solution in the refrigerator overnight)
Mix solution. Use a straw and slowly blow a bubble onto a cold surface. Your bubble should freeze fairly quickly. The colder the temperature, the faster it will freeze. They will not last long. The water expands as it freezes and creates cracks. It will start to crack.