Bubbles are a perfect summer fun activity for kids of all ages. That includes grown up kids too. Our local science center often has bubbles and wands set up outside and the parents participate just as much as the children.
It’s just a simple and inexpensive activity that families can enjoy together. It really brings out the kid in all of us. (And it would make a great activity for the letter “B” on your summer fun alphabet!)
You can buy a bottle of bubbles at the local store for some quick bubble fun. Or you can make your own at home and use items from around your house as tools. Give one of these amazing ideas a try!
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With this recipe from Growing a Jeweled Rose, you can have glowing bubbles.
Have you ever tried to make square bubbles? Teach Beside Me shows us how.
Housing a Forest shares a fun recipe to make giant ghost bubbles with GAK.
Giant bubbles are easy to make with this recipe from My Life and Kids.
Grab a pair of gloves and make these bouncing bubbles from Playtivities.
You can use simple kitchen tools to invent your own bubble wands with these tips from I Can Teach My Child.
Colorful bubble foam is lots of fun with this simple recipe from Mama.Papa.Bubba.
The giant reusable bubbles from Twodaloo will be a huge hit with your whole family.
Turn simple bubbles into artwork with bubble blower painting from Childhood 101.
Happy Hooligans has another amazing recipe for giant bubbles.
Use items you have around your house to make rainbow bubble snakes from Housing a Forest.
Grab some straws and help your child make their own bubble shooters with this simple idea from Kids Activities Blog.
What bubble activities does your child enjoy the most? Let me know in the comments!