What’s one of the cheapest and most loved outdoor activities for kids? You got it- bubble play!
Kids love to get sudsy and watch giant bubbles soar. Put a child inside an encapsulating hula hoop bubble. Craft bubble blasters. Design homemade bubble wands, blow rainbow foam snakes from recycled materials, and dabble in bubble science experiments for kids.No matter if you’re looking for outdoor activities for kids this summer, planning unforgettable birthday party games, or hoping to gain 30 minutes of ‘me’ time with a wide-eyed-bubble-distracted toddler, I’ve got you covered!
Before we dive into the bubble activities, here’s a quick review of all the previous bubble posts in this series:
23+ Bubble Solution Recipes Not all bubbles are created equal! Check out some of the best bubble solutions you can make with ingredients you’ve already got on hand. While you gear up for bubble play, be sure to use this great idea for dispensing and storing bubble solution too.
DIY Bubble ToysYou can use all kinds of household articles to make outta this world bubble toys. Here are a few fun ideas to get your creative juices flowing!
Bubble Activities for Infants Old skool fun starts with bubbles, no matter what your age! Check out these sensory baby bubble activities and watch your little one squeal with joy.
Big Kid Bubble Activities
Alright, so I’m using “big kid” a little loosely here, since most of these activities are fun for anyone from three to one hundred. No, really. I’d have a ball with most of these bubble play ideas, and you can bet that Summer’s next birthday party will feature a handful of these sudsy clean fun games since I’ve already decided on a bubbles theme. I can’t wait to test them all out!Bubble Experiment Station from One Charming Party
Magic Puddles from Growing a Jeweled Rose
Bubble Printing from The Chocolate Muffin Tree
Grab some dish soap and get to bubbling! Hope you found a ton of new fun kids activities to make your summer bubble up with joy! For even more great playtime activities, click here and don’t forget to sign up for my bi-weekly newsletter.