Check out this an awesome bubble activity for summer. Make a long snake out of bubbles. A bubble snake is your answer to summer boredom for your kids. Super easy to make and even more fun to do!
Check out my short form crafting series Curious Crafting on TVOkids and TVOkids YouTube! Watch all the episodes here. And look for season 2 coming in the new year!
How to Make a Bubble Snake: Awesome Summer Activity
Grab a sturdy water bottle, remove the cap and cut off the bottom part of the bottle about 1/3 up.
2. Slide a sock around the bottom opening so that it snug and secure. Use an elastic band if it’s slipping off.
3. Fill a large bowl with water and add a few drops of dish soap and gently mix. You don’t want to mix it too much as you don’t want to make bubbles to form.
4. Dip the sock end of the bottle into the soapy water. Take it up and blow through the top of the water bottle. A plume of bubble will form from the sock. Keep blowing to create a long bubble snake. See how long you can make your snake.
Make A Rainbow Bubble Snake
Dip you bubble maker into the bubble solution.
Grab some food colouring and add a few drops directly on to the sock.
Add a few colours in order to create a rainbow.
This activity is good for kids 3 years and up. My kids are 4, 4, and 8 year old.
This is a mess level is medium.
Difficulty to Create
Skills Developed in Bubble Snake
Sensory play, language development, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, imaginative play, creativity.
Supplies for Bubble Snake
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This show is all about fun and easy crafts for toddlers and preschoolers.
Set in the ultimate crafting space, Curious Crafting is a short form pre-school age series about the joy of making crafts. I lead a rotating cast of adorable little preschoolers (including my own) making magic out of common household objects.
In each episode we transform recycled items into magical crafts like a milk carton school bus, paper bag puppet or cotton pad turtle. The crafters learn and laugh their way through each activity while demonstrating what their young imaginations can create.
Curious Crafting shares the adventure and joy of making art with takeaway lessons for creating crafts at home.
Play is at the core of learning during the early years and it can take many forms. One of the most important of these is sensory play because it engages all of a child’s senses (taste, touch, smell, sight and hearing) and has a enoumous positive impact on brain development.
Our Sensory Play Kits are some fun and easy ways to keep your child engaged while at the same time using sensory play to nurture their mind!