Debbie van Zyl

Debbie van Zyl

Debbie van Zyl
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STEM Project: Make geometric bubbles that mimic tensile structures. Great engineering project for kids!

This STEM project can make geometric bubbles! Students can learn about math and science while doing this activity.

These Flyswatter Bubbles are so fun! Kids will love dipping in their flyswatters and then swinging their flyswatter to create big, fun bubbles! This activity keeps kids busy for hours all summer long! Get the bubble recipe and full instructions at www.TeepeeGIrl.com.

These Flyswatter Bubbles are so fun! Kids will love dipping in their flyswatters and then swinging their flyswatter to create big, fun bubbles! This activity keeps kids busy for hours all summer long! Get the bubble recipe and full instructions at www.TeepeeGIrl.com.

Bubble Wand Making Station - This is how EASY it is to set up a "Bubble Wand Making station". Let the kids get creative and see what they come up with. Great activity for 4th of July, Play Dates or for those loooong Summer afternoons.

Bubble Wand Making Station - This is how EASY it is to set up a "Bubble Wand Making station". Let the kids get creative and see what they come up with. Great activity for 4th of July, Play Dates or for those loooong Summer afternoons.

Australian Dot Painting: Australia Craft for kids to learn about Aborigine culture as part of an Australia unit study

Australia Craft - Australian Dot Painting: Australia Craft for kids to learn about Aborigine culture as part of an Australia unit study (geography, preschool, homeschool)

Great Bubble DIY for Kids – Make Bubbles that Will Bounce

Great Bubble DIY for Kids – Make Bubbles that Will Bounce. 1 C distilled drinking water 1 Tablespoon dish soap 1 Teaspoon of glycerin, a straw to blow the bubbles with or a bubble wand, 1 clean glove (or sock) – (this is to keep the bubble from popping)

Poke holes in a cardboard box- push a string of colorful Christmas light through the holes- AWESOME fort and reading nook for kids!

*****put on cardboard castle******* ____OR Light Cave! Just poke holes in the top of a large cardboard box, insert colorful Christmas lights and voila! The cutest nook and play area for your little ones!