Wednesday, June 6, 2012


We had so much fun celebrating bubbles and all of the fun things that you can do with them. I wanted to share a few of the ideas that we did during the last week of school and throughout the school year using bubbles. 

First of all, we talked about the shape of bubbles. We looked at different types of bubble wands and talked about the size and shape each bubble wand would make. In the end, they all turned out round and that was a fun discovery for the kids. 

We also read the book, Bubble, Bubble by Mercer Meyer. 
It is a really fun book about a little boy who buys a bottle of magic bubbles that turn into different shapes when he blows a bubble. (Unfortunately, it is out of print so you have to order it from Amazon and it is hard to find new.) Then the kids drew pictures, if they had magic bubbles, what would they turn into. The kids drew things like princesses, unicorns, monsters, boats, etc. 

Of course we did our mega big bubbles again! It was windy so the going was a little tricky, but we still had a lot of fun. For a detailed post about how to do mega big bubbles, visit here. 

We have also done bubble art on our post here. 


Stay tuned throughout the summer for more bubble fun!

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