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Five Delightful Bubble Activities for Kids

Does there even exist a child who doesn’t like bubbles? They’re both fascinating and can bring a lot of thought and creativity to an afternoon. Moreover, playing with bubbles is an excellent way to expose kiddos to rudimentary physics concepts — without appearing to do so.

Here are 5 delightful bubble activities for kids your entire family can enjoy.

  1. DIY Bubble Wands

Most bubbles come with their own bubble wands, but you and your child can get even more creative by making DIY bubble wands for even more fun. Grab some pipe cleaners and experiment with different colors and shapes. As you use the wands outside, talk to your child about the bubble shapes. Are they different because the wands are shaped differently? Do they vary in size? Start them off making observations as you have a good time with the bubbles together.

  1. Stimulate the Senses

Bubbles are very enjoyable to lots of different senses. Calling out those senses can make the bubbles for kids activity even more fun. As you watch the bubbles float through the air together, point out the rainbow colors and try to see who can be the quietest and hear the tiny pop sounds. Feel the bubble juice on your hands and watch as some bubbles combine from one into double bubbles.

  1. Create a Bubble Tub

Blowing individual bubbles is a lot of fun, but generating bubbles in quantity holds the potential to thrill your little ones to no end. Get out a small bucket and put some soap in the bottom. Run water from a hose into the bucket. Watch as it fills and the bubbles multiply. Have your child bring out a favorite plastic toy and bathe it in the bubble bath. Bubbles are fun to build up, shape, and slap around.

  1. Giant Bubble Recipe

While bubbles are a good time at any size, there’s nothing quite like creating a bubble so big your child could fit inside it. Homemade bubbles can be a lot of fun and you don’t have to buy tons of bottles at the store to get the biggest bubble you can imagine. Mix up a batch of your own bubbles in a large plastic tub and then experiment with strings and other large wands to see how big the bubbles can get around your yard.

  1. The Bubble Chase

Bubbles are very good at catching the wind and floating away. How many bubbles can your child pop before they float away or hit the ground? Count together as they pop the bubbles, jump, giggle, and have a good time. It’s a good way to get in a little exercise, but also to work on counting and spend time outside in the sun.

After a while, you’ll see your wee ones coming up with their own bubble games too, because there are so many fun things to do with bubbles. Still, these 5 delightful bubble activities for kids are a good place to start. Get or make some bubbles, engage your creativity, and head outside with your child to see how many other bubble activities you can come up with on your own. It can be a great way to entertain, get fresh air, spark creativity, and have some fun together. Best of all, bubbles trigger joy in a child and that’s something that never gets old.

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