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Yesterday I shared our homemade bubble solutions and some photos of our fun. We had a fabulous time. So fabulous in fact that I ended up taking 1,008 photos. Yep, 1,008! There were too many good ones to include in yesterday’s post, so here are some more. I was truly amazed at how these turned out. […]Continue reading
Let me start by apologizing in advance for all the photos, but testing our homemade bubble solutions was such an amazing experience!! This is MUST-TRY simple science for kids, and you probably have all of the ingredients to get started RIGHT NOW in your kitchen pantry!! I hope the photos relay just how awesome this […]Continue reading
Remember the Christmas Bubbles we showed you the other day? Well, we did even more with them than we first shared!! After we had our fun blowing red and green bubbles all over our tabletop, then we had even more fun making Christmas Bubble Art… …which we later turned into wrapping paper for birthday and […]Continue reading
This Wash & Learn collaboration with Bath Activities for Kids focuses on SCIENCE! For our bath time we focused on the science concept of surface tension and did several experiments in the bathtub that the kids would simply consider play. My goal isn’t for the kids to learn all the reasons behind what happens at […]Continue reading
This is such a simple indoor bubble activity to set up and my kids have such fun with it that we’ve already done it several times! To make our bubbles more festive for the holiday, this time we made red and green bubble solutions for Christmas!! First, we started by making our homemade bubble solution, […]Continue reading
Today I am sharing a super fun experiment over on the Steve Spangler blog! This is the PERFECT rainy, cold, or sick day activity for kids! Come learn how to make lots of different bubble solutions to do your own experiment, or just for PLAY, and find out a way to blow bubbles indoors […]Continue reading