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Bouncing bubbles...bubbles that don't pop! Just like the Gymboree ones! Yay I've been looking for this recipe The Kids will love this

bubbles that don't pop! 1 C distilled drinking water 1 Tablespoon dish soap 1 Teaspoon of glycerin straw (Im assuming you can use a typical bubble wand) 1 clean glove (or sock) - (this is to keep the bubble from popping)

Bouncing bubbles...bubbles that don't pop! Just like the Gymboree ones! Yay I've been looking for this recipe Great Bubble DIY for Kids – Make Bubbles that Will Bounce

How to Make Bouncing Bubbles That Won’t Pop for Sensory Play

Great Bubble DIY for Kids – Make Bubbles that Will Bounce. 1 C distilled drinking water 1 Tablespoon dish soap 1 Teaspoon of glycerin, a straw to blow the bubbles with or a bubble wand, 1 clean glove (or sock) – (this is to keep the bubble from popping)

Craft Project Ideas: Play Recipe: Giant Reusable Bubbles

Bubbles, Slime , and Gak - Bored? You can make giant, stretchy, REUSABLE bubbles that had our entire family giggling for hours!

Summer’s in full swing; it’s a great time to get creative. The warm weather and long days make it easy to get outside, and these 11 ideas will inspire your family. From water-shooter tie dye to homemade butterfly wings, we’ve got lots of fun for sunshine days. Scroll down to find your...

11 Creative Projects You Need to Try This Summer

Snake bubbles: -an empty bottle (I used a Gatorade bottle) -rubber band -terry cloth (I used a wash cloth) -liquid dish soap -water Mix the dish soap with some water, I did a 2 to 1 ratio soap to 1 water).

RAINBOW SOCK SNAKES -- Empty water bottle, duct tape, an old sock, dish soap, food coloring. 1) Cut bottom off the water bottle 2) Slide sock over the bottom of the bottle. 3) Use duct tape to secure the sock 4) Pour dish soap into a shallow container with a little bit of water and gently mix. 5) Dip the sock covered bubble blower into the solution and gently blow. 5) Can add color to the bubble snakes with food coloring. 6) Drop the food coloring onto the sock covered end.

Rainbow Bubble Snakes - Need: Half a waterbottle, rubberband, bubbles (dishsoap/water), food coloring, sock. Steps: Dip sock held by a rubber band on the water bottle in food coloring in dish soap and food coloring and blow. Have fun!

The World’s Best Bubbles 1 1/2 quarts of water 1/2 cup light corn syrup 1 cup liquid dish soap

“World’s Best Bubbles” recipe bubble mix. 1 quarts of water cup light corn syrup 1 cup liquid dish soap Mix water and corn syrup until completely blended. Slowly stir in soap. Will last several weeks in an airtight container.

Bubbles even toddlers can do!  Here's a super toddler trick for bubbles they don't tell you.  Add a little food coloring to the bubbles and have a couple containers of a couple different colors of bubbles. Tape paper to the wall.  Blow the bubbles to land on the wall with paper.  You will end up with a beautiful colored abstract artistic design made by blown bubbles made by your little toddler.

Tiny Bubbles - Dip one end of the bundle into a shallow dish of bubble solution (you can make your own by combining 1 cup of water with cup of Dawn or Joy dishwashing liquid and 2 tablespoons of light corn syrup or glycerin), then blow through the straws.

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