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Giant bubble blower, preschool, outdoor


Little bubble blowers aren't always the easiest for little ones to use, but bubbles are so much fun. This giant bubble blower makes a large stream of bubbles. It's great fun outside on a sunny day or in the bath.

Time: 10 minutes
Age: Under 5's, 5-10's
Level: Easy



Giant bubble blower, preschool, outdoor


Materials
Plastic bottle
Sock
Rubber band
Dish washing liquid
Water
Container for bubble solution

Method
Make up some bubble solution by mixing 1 part dish washing liquid to 3 parts water.
Cut the end off the bottle of a small sized plastic drinks bottle.



Giant bubble blower, preschool, outdoor


Wrap a sock over the large open end you have created and secure with a rubber band.



Giant bubble blower, preschool, outdoor


Now you're ready to create some bubble snakes.
Dip the sock end of the giant bubble blower into the bubble solution.



Giant bubble blower, preschool, outdoor



Giant bubble blower, preschool, outdoor


Blow through the small end of the bottle and watch as a string of bubbles appears from the sock end. Keep blowing and the snake gets longer.
My son created little piles of bubbles all over the garden and then enjoyed stamping on them.



Giant bubble blower, preschool, outdoor



Giant bubble blower, preschool, outdoor



Giant bubble blower, preschool, outdoor


Categories
#Bubbles
#Messy Play
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Easy
#Recycled
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