There’s no better weather to blow bubbles than on a hot sunny day. Let your little ones explore colors in a creative way with this easy craft.
What you need:
- Empty plastic bottle
- A sock
- Duct tape/rubber band
- Bubble solution*
- Food coloring
What to do:
- Cut the bottle’s bottom off.
- Slide the sock over the bottle’s bottom, and secure it with duct tape/rubber band to make your bubble blower.
- Drop food coloring onto the sock-covered end of your bubble blower.
- Pour bubble solution into a shallow container.
- Dip the sock-covered end of your bubble blower into the container.
- Blow onto your bubble blower’s bottle end and watch rainbow bubble snakes appear!
*In case you don’t have bubble solution, simply mix the following in one large container:
- 5 gallons (19 L) of distilled water
- 10 cups (2.5 L) of regular dishwashing soap (avoid anti-bacterial)
CAUTION: Bubbles are for playing, not eating. Make sure your child does not ingest the mixture.