Popped Bubble Art: Simply color bubble mix with food coloring and blow bubbles onto paper. As the bubbles land and pop, they create beautiful works of art. A great kids activity for those lazy summer afternoons
Who says biscuits are a side dish? We like ‘em baked right into the meal and mixed with chicken for a delicious one-dish dinner. This Chicken Pot Pie Bubble-Up Bake brings all the comfort of a home-cooked meal. The mixed vegetables are sneakily added in f
First, blow some bubbles and, as expected, the kids pop them. Then, challenge them to NOT pop the bubbles even if one lands on the tip of their nose. Introduce the concept of self control and launch a discussion about stopping to think before you act.
Bubble Wrap Run: Simple Indoor Fun! I used several separate pieces of bubble wrap with duct tape. (side note - duct tape doesn't leave any residue on pergo :)(Make sure to tape down all sides!) The bigger bubble wrap works better than the smaller.
Bubble Printing: cup of water, 2 Tablespoons of paint, and a few squirts of dish soap in each container. Blow with a straw into the cup to make lots of bubbles pile up on top of the cup - then press paper to the bubbles so they pop and leave bubble prints
Dr. Masaru Emoto's Rice Emotions Experiment (Video)
From Teacher Tipster. found a use for bubblewrap! write sight words on the flat part of the bubblewrap and when student reads the word correctly, they get to pop the bubble! You could do letter recognition, number recognition, math facts, etc.