Experimental: 5 easy steps to make a dry ice bubble

AOL.com editors

Halloween is right around the corner and nothing says 'spooky' like smokey, dry ice and nothing says fun like bubbles. 

In this week’s episode of Experimental, you’ll witness the magic with this easy, do it yourself science trick to create a massive dry ice bubble. 

You can make a huge bubble out of dry ice in the comfort of your kitchen with a few simple ingredients: 

  • Dry ice 
  • Insulated gloves
  • Lipped bowl
  • Strip of cloth
  • Warm water
  • Water/dish soap

Remember to always handle dry Ice with care and wear insulated gloves whenever touching it. 

Watch the video above to see the five easy steps to making an enormous bubble. 

Experimental is a new AOL.com original series that demonstrates simple science experiments for adults and children to do together. Always take safety precautions.