When I take my kids to Circle time at the Library they have so much fun reading books, crafts, singing and music. They have one part that stands out as their favorite. It is the bubbles at the end. I have to say that I love this time also. Just to see the delight in their faces and all the kids faces as they run, chase and jump after the bubbles. After the chasing is over then they have time to lay down and listen to lullaby’s as the teacher blows bubbles for them to watch. Last week I got on the ground with them and was surrounded in a bubble wonderland. It was so wonderful to just sit and watch them float and glisten. There are so many times during the week and days and months that we forget to just stop and look at the bubbles. They are their for us all the time but we need to stop, get over looking silly and enjoy the moment!
Here is a Youtube video on how to make the Worlds Best Bubbles http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bw6sNKNHj8w . My kids laughed when they fast forwarded in the video making him sound alike a chipmunk. I was wondering how this would work with Eco Friendly dish soap (the kind we have at my house). I am going to have to go try this out when it gets warmer outside.
Here is a Youtube video on how to make humongous bubbles and some cute kids playing with them: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ph-15dE2EqQ
This Youtube video has the biggest bubbles I have EVER seen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQmpVIgDvgQ They say that this amazing homebrew is eco and family friendly. It also teaches you how to make the coolest looking bubble blowers.
- Life of A Bubble (pasthesurface.wordpress.com)