Okay, so I just have to share this with you today!! A week or so ago I was thumbing through Pinterest and saw the coolest thing for the kids to try! Sure enough it works and is soooo much FUN!! So here it is...
Yes!!! Hula Hoop Bubbles!! BIG, BIG bubbles!!
These really were big bubbles! So many giggles and so much excitement!!
We already had the kiddie pool, it is what we had next to our swimming pool to clean our feet off before getting in. We went to the dollar tree and got a hula hoop and 5 jugs of bubbles. After pouring the bubbles into the pool we decided we needed more so I took two bottles inside and filled with water and a good long squeeze of dawn.
At first the bubbles were breaking from the hoop right away. Then the kids realized if they got their hands totally covered in bubbles, got a hold of the hula hoop, lift it up and try to not move the position of their hands at all, the bubbles would grow quiet large with them blowing into it just like blowing bubbles from a wand.
Asa then realized, with his hands saturated in bubbles, he could form a ring with his fingers and blow bubbles!
These were big bubbles as well!
He was impressed that the bubbles were so strong that he could separate them into two bubbles then join it back together as one.
My little Muffin couldn't figure out how to get a bubble from her finger, but she had a lot of fun playing with the suds! We had so much fun with this, just thought I'd share it with you all! We can't wait to get our school work done today so we can play with the bubbles again!! Hope you are having a Blessed Week!
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