Making the snake bubble ‘machine’ was easy. I cut off the bottom of an old water bottle. The Natural Momma In Me recommended a sports cap top. I placed one of Adam’s socks over the bottle and it held in place firmly. I cheated and poured ready-made bubble mixture into a bowl.
Just like The Natural Momma In Me I was not convinced such a quick and easy ‘machine’ could produce bubbles let alone enough to create a Bubble Snake. I didn’t need to worry though. One small puff of air through the sports cap produced lots of bubbles.
Due to the sports cap design even Adam could have a go. He produced lots of bubbles.
I made Dad-Dad his own bubble machine too by using a two litre recycled bottle and an ankle sock. It required more puff but produced lots of bubbles. Adam and Dad-Dad had a fantastic time playing with the bubbles. This is certainly an activity that we will repeat several times – especially outside in the summer months!
* Old plastic drinks bottle and scissors
* Bubble mixture or washing up liquid mixed with water
31 Day Sensory Play Challenge Blog Hop:
Today Messy Little Monster is joining us for the 31 Day Sensory Play Challenge Blog Hop. They have a great Bubbles Sensory Play activity suitable for toddlers and Pre-Schoolers.
Other sensory fun activities for bubbles: