If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!
With the weather warming up there is no better place to be than outside playing. On this day, I had actually made homemade bubbles with my class at school, to which they had a blast. I decided I’d bring the project home and let Maddie give it a try. We also used fly swatters as our bubble wand and got some great bubbles from it.
Homemade Bubble Solution:
1 cups water
1/2 cup liquid soap (Dove)
2 tsp sugar
First you dip…
then you swat…
the bubbles appear…
and then so do the neighbor kids. 🙂
This is a really fun and quick activity. It involves great measurement skills, letter recognition, and fine/gross motor development, as well as peer interaction. As a side note, though, we did use more liquid soap that what was called for and the sugar definitely makes things a bit sticky, especially when the bubbles start popping on you.