Submitted by JenniPut bubble solution in a bowl on a table. Use a straw to blow the bubble. Explain to your children that as long as the bubble stays wet they can put their hand or a toy gently through the bubble
Submitted by DaylenGet a clear plastic bottle. Fill the bottle about 2/3 full with water, food coloring, and dishwashing liquid. Super glue the lid on and let the children make bubbles in their bottle.
Submitted by an Unknown Friend1. Fill a glass about a quarter full of milk. Drop a few drops of food coloring into the dish. Immediately follow this with dish detergent. Watch the cool reaction.
2. Fill a small bowl with about a cup of water. Add a couple of packages of yeast and a tablespoon of sugar and watch the reaction.
3. Bubble Freeze: If it gets cold enough in your area. Use a bubble wand to create a large bubble. Then catch it on the wand. Finally let your children watch as it freezes.
Submitted by Mrs. ScottGive each child white paper and separate container of bubble solution colored yellow and blue. As your children blow the bubbles on the paper point out that in some places the bubbles created a green design on the paper.
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