Homemade bubbles recipes and play ideas

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Homemade bubbles recipes

Very warm weather is going to be upon us pretty soon. Let’s get ready with all our summer staples starting with bubbles. Here I have collected a few ways you can have fun with dish soap and water. Get those wands ready and turn your backyard into a giant bubble zone. You will find recipes for homemade bubbles and some cool play ideas.

First things first, recipes for making homemade bubbles

Recipes

Simple homemade bubble solution

Recipe for those GIANT bubbles

bubbles activities

Bouncing Bubbles

Recipe using corn syrup

Recipe using gelatin : Use gelatin in the place of corn syrup

Tear Free bubbles 

Kool Aid Bubbles

Art

Bubble Painting

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Bubbles homemade cards

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Play

Rainbow Bubbles

rainbow bubbles

Bubble Snakes

snakes

Rainbow Bubble Snakes

bubbles snake

Bubbles baby play

baby bubbles play

Bubbles sensory bin

 Bubbles in a cup

Glowing Bubbles

DIY Bubble Wands

Using straws and strings

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Using dowels and hooks

Using the rings from beverages

Berry Baskets : blow through an empty basket

Using just a bunch of straws

Kitchen tools as wands

Tips

Tips  for making better soap bubbles

Tips for experimenting with bubble snakes

bubbles snakes

and more evidence that bubble snakes work and they are not something you saw on Pinterest.

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Highlights

  • There are 25 unique baby/toddler play ideas.
  • The activities for babies and toddlers are explained very thoroughly with bright pictures and clear step-by-step instructions.
  • The ideas are very simple and perfect for busy new moms of babies and toddlers.
  • You will get exposed to 25 new blogs where the women behind the blogs share so many ideas for baby play, toddler play, preschooler play and up.
  • There are additional 50 links to whole new ideas for play.
  • There is a wide range of activities with classic baby play, sensory play, homemade toys and many learning activities.

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Hi friends, we are very glad to have contributed to a resourceful new e-book. Do you have toddlers or babies in your life and feel coming up with baby activities is so challenging? We, in collaboration with other bloggers have put together a book with GREAT activities for babies and toddlers.

Click here to read the review post

baby book

Highlights

  • There are 25 unique baby/toddler play ideas.
  • The activities for babies and toddlers are explained very thoroughly with bright pictures and clear step-by-step instructions.
  • The ideas are very simple and perfect for busy new moms of babies and toddlers.
  • You will get exposed to 25 new blogs where the women behind the blogs share so many ideas for baby play, toddler play, preschooler play and up.
  • There are additional 50 links to whole new ideas for play.
  • There is a wide range of activities with classic baby play, sensory play, homemade toys and many learning activities.

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  1. happyhooligans says:

    Fabulous post, Suja! Really great round up. I’m pinning this to my Summer Fun board. Thank so much for the lovely feature!

  2. I have made the bubble snakes with my kids and they loved it, apart from when my 2yo sipped instead of blew… you can imagine!! Only compaint I had was we didnt use enough dye and the snakes were plain. overall they loved it From my 10yo to my 2yo :)

  3. Super Round-Up! I think the first time I ever saw bubbles with corn syrup was on Valerie Daneen’s Frugal Family Fun Blog….the photos you posted are great!

  4. Thanks for sharing this on Tuesday Tots. I’ve featured it this week as part of our active play roundup! You can see it here if you like and grab a featured button :) http://www.learnwithplayathome.com/2013/05/ideas-to-keep-kids-active-gross-motor.html

  5. What a fabulous round up! I am featuring this on Tuesday Tots today!

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