Bubble Blowing

Blowing Bubbles on paper. You just add some liquid water color to the bubble solution put a straw in and blow. Kaia has been big about blowing bubbles in her milk and apple juice so I knew she would enjoy it.

I also had pipe cleaners so the kids could make their own bubble wands in whatever shape and size they wanted.


Blowing bubbles with strawberry baskets

Bubble Solution 12 Cups Dawn Dish Detergent
6 cups water
4 tablespoons of glycerin

Stir slowly if you make to many bubbles while stirring its harder to get the bubble blowers to work well. Enjoy!

or

Bubble Solution 2

6 cups water
2 cups Dawn dishwashing liquid
3/4 cup light corn syrup

Mix all ingredients together in a LARGE container. Shake everything up and let sit for a FEW hours. Pour into empty bubbles containers or sensory table and enjoy!

Bubble Solution 3

12 cups of water
1 cup of dishwasher soap Dawn or Joy
1 cup of cornstarch or (corn flour in the UK)
2 tablespoons of baking powder

Mix all ingredients together in a LARGE container. Shake everything up and let sit for a FEW hours. Pour into empty bubbles containers or sensory table and enjoy!

Bubble Solution 4 (Bouncy Bubbles)

To make Bouncy Bubble Solution

1 package Gelatin (knox unflavored)
4 tablespoons Glycerin
1 cup Dawn Dish Detergent

1. Dissolve one package unflavored gelatin into one cup of hot water (just boiled).
2. Then add 4 tablespoons glycerin and 1 cup Dawn Dish Detergent. Stir gently.
The solution will gel as it cools. Reheat it carefully in the microwave (about two minutes).

Bubbles made with this solution will bounce off your clothes!

The BEST Bubbles EVER

2 cups Dawn dishwashing liquid
4 Cups Glycerine
1 cup light corn syrup
12 Cups distilled water (tap will work if you have good water quality)

Mix all ingredients together in a LARGE container. Shake everything up and let sit for a FEW hours. Pour into sensory table and enjoy! This Bubble solution is super thick and makes bubbles that bounce. You can use more distilled water to dilute if you want to thin it out a bit.

For blowing bubbles one of our favorite tools are strawberry baskets the little green ones you get strawberries in and fly swatters. But there are so many things you can use to blow bubbles like our alien bubble machine!

Note: All these bubble recipes get better with time so make them a day or two ahead of time

 

***Variation-For colored bubbles like the ones we used in our art project add liquid watercolors or food coloring to your bubble solution***

 

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