What child doesn't love playing with bubbles! Even adults can have lots of fun playing with them! After all, they are extremely fascinating! They are also a terrific and inexpensive addition to learning activities to keep children focused and engaged.
If you are searching for fun-filled bubble activities to use with kids, look no further. This list of 23 brilliant bubble activities will enrich your child's learning today!
1. Bubble Paint Monsters
2. Rainbow Bubbles
This reusable bubble concoction provides your child with delightful bubble activities! The flubber is very squishy and extremely stretchy! It also makes a terrific science lesson. Pop the reusable bubble, and you will be left with a fun and fascinating sensory play object!
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4. Bubble Blower
This DIY bubble blower is super simple to make and very easy for kids to use! It is also terrific for building oral motor skills which allow kids to form clearer speaking sounds. Make this bubble soap concoction with Dawn dish soap or a tear-free bubble bath and water.
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5. Whisking Bubbles
Kids love bubbles! Create this interactive container of bubbles to keep your child engaged and entertained. Allow them to use whisks and other utensils from your kitchen to mix and swirl around the soap bubbles. This is one of the fantastic bubble activities for kids that can be used outside or indoors.
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6. Bubble Prints
7. Bubble Bombs
8. Bubble Machine
This is one of the most fun ideas for kids! First, they can dip a bubble wand into a bubble solution. Then, they can hold the wand in front of a running fan. Encourage the kids to determine the most perfect angle for the fan and the best area to place the bubble wand. This ends up being a great bubble experiment.
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9. Creative Bubble Wands
Blowing bubbles brings lots of fun for kids! What happens if you can't find a bubble wand? You should go on a bubble wand scavenger hunt in your house. Make sure you look in the kitchen! Lots of kitchen tools can be used as bubble wands. These are not your ordinary bubble wands!
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10. Tear Free Bubble Foam
This bubble activity idea is lots of fun to play with outside, or it can bring lots of bath time fun! This bubble activity is super simple and fun to make. The kids love playing with the textures and mixing colors while they do a little splashing.
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11. Bubble Shooter Bubble Wand
This simple bubble craft provides many hours of play opportunities as you make a bubble shooter bubble wand with minimum effort. It's is a super easy bubble activity for little ones of all ages. Make yours today!
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12. Fly Swatter Bubbles
Mix up this bubble solution recipe with three cups of water and a cup of any kind of dish soap. Mix it up in a plastic container and dip a fly swatter in. Then, swing it really fast in the air to create lots of foamy bubbles and thousands of tiny ones. You can also blow through the fly swatter to make more bubbles.
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13. Bubble Songs
Bubbles are an affordable item to add to your preschooler's routine. Add some music and a bubble-blowing machine, and your preschoolers will have lots of fun getting up and moving around. You can find some terrific songs on YouTube for your preschoolers to listen to as they move around chasing bubbles!
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14. Bubble Snakes
You most likely have the supplies needed to create bubble snakes! All you need is a sock, rubber band, pool noodle or water bottle, and bubble solution. You can also make rainbow bubble snakes by adding a few drops of food coloring to the bubble solution.
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15. Bubble Wand Making Station
Blowing bubbles is so much fun! A bubble wand-making station is the perfect kids' activity for birthday parties or any celebrated event. Therefore, grab your supplies and your favorite bottle of bubbles and let the kids have fun while being creative!
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16. Bubble Tower Science
Science experiments are so much fun for kids! This inexpensive bubble tower science experiment allows children to determine what type of container shape will create the tallest bubble tower. They will have a blast with this activity!
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17. Giant Bubble Solution Recipe
Kids will have a blast making these giant bubbles! You will need to mix up a giant bubble solution. The secret is adding glycerin to the bubble solution recipe and letting it sit at least 3 hours before blowing the gigantic bubbles.
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18. Freezing Bubbles
This bubble activity is terrific for winter! Microwave a bubble solution in which you have added a few drops of food coloring. Blow the bubbles outside at below zero temperatures and leave them for a few seconds. The bubbles will be hard to the touch. So much fun!
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19. Homemade Colored Bubbles
Keep your kids busy and entertained with this homemade colored bubble solution! You probably already have the needed supplies at home. Play with these bubbles outside and wear old clothing, so you don't have to worry about stains.
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20. Bubble Up
There are so many science activities that kids can do with bubbles! Use these activities to learn about large bubbles, combining bubbles, why bubbles are round, why bubbles pop, and much, much more!
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21. B is for Bubble
22. Frosty's Bubbles
This winter bubble science experiment is tons of fun for preschool through second-grade kids! First, kids will design their own snowman cups, and then they will complete the exciting bubble science activity.
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23. Frozen Bubble Tower Challenge
Learn the terrific secret behind making gorgeous frozen bubble towers and have lots of fun creating your own! This bubble activity is the perfect activity for freezing wintry weather! Enjoy creating your frozen bubble masterpiece!
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