Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Bubble bubble toil and trouble

Children are drawn to water. I am drawn to letting my child play with water. It's a win-win situation as far as I'm concerned. This activity is quick, easy, and a lot of fun. Set your bowl down on a towel to make clean-up even easier.

To make a similar bubble bowl, fill a large bowl or pot with water and a generous squirt of dish soap or bubble bath. Give your child a straw, and let her go to town blowing bubbles in the water. As she blows, the soap will foam and bubble up. Gretchen finds this completely delightful, and whatever makes her happy makes me happy. If you have a little bit of extra time and don't mind a little bit of extra mess, you can add a bit of tempera paint (powdered works best, I think) to the water and soap. Have your child blow into the straw, and then gently press a sheet of paper on top of your bubble cloud for colored bubble prints.


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