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Snake Bubbles

This activity was requested by Luc my 2 year old. He saw it on Ryan’s World and wanted to make it.

To make the snake bubble blower, you need:

1. Plastic bottles that have been washed and cleaned. We used 180ml Mogu Mogu bottles because they were just the right size for tiny mouths.

2. Scrap fabric like an old sock, rag, etc. We used leftover fabric from my sewing projects.

3. Rubber bands (If you don’t have this, you can use tape)

Step 1:

Cut the bottom part of the plastic bottle. Cut along the groove using sharp scissors.

Step 2:

Use the fabric to cover the bottom. Fasten it to the bottle using the rubber band.

Bubble blower ✅

Now, it’s time to make the bubble solution.

Mix 2 tablespoons of dishwashing soap with 1 tablespoon water.

Stir this mixture slowly with a spoon so it doesn’t bubble too much.

Dip the bottom of the bottle to the mix and just blow for some awesome bubble fun!

Make sure your child remembers to blow and not suck in the bubbles!

We added drops of food coloring to the fabric to make some colored bubbles.

This colored up only the first few parts of the bubble snake. To make the entire bubble snake colorful, you’ll have to add more than one drop.

The boys enjoyed playing with the bubble snakes and watching them sway in the wind.

The bubbles held their shape for quite a while.
A fun afternoon playing with bubbles.

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