A Little Bubbly
Submitted by JenniMix concentrated grape juice (or apple juice) with seltzer water instead of normal water. Your children will love how it tastes.
Submitted by an Unknown FriendGet a small electric fan and have your children hold the bubble wand in front of it. The fan will blow the bubbles for them.
Submitted by JillDuring bubble week let your children make bubbles in their milk.
Submitted by JenniPour homemade bubble solution into a wadding pull. Place a Hula-hoop in the pool. Next step in (barefoot) and slowly pull the Hula-hoop over you (or have someone else do it) You will be in a giant bubble
Idea:Make sparkling Jell-O during bubble week.
Submitted by JenniGet 5 inch long plastic piping from a local hardware store. Attach cheesecloth to one end. Dip the cloth into the bubble solution and have your children gently blow. You will get special, unique bubbles.
Idea:To make tiny bubbles use a fly swatter.
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