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Maker Monday: Best Bubbles

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Sally Quinn
July23/ 2018

Summer and bubbles are a natural fit. We pulled together three of our favorite bubble-related Maker Monday activities to take advantage of outdoor play. Follow the links for cool bubble fun.

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Bubble Prints

This activity combines a kid’s love of blowing bubbles with a creative edge. These bright Bubble Prints will look great tacked onto the refrigerator. Once they are dry, use them as stationary for a note to Grandma. They can also make a cool background for an outer-space illustration or under-the-sea drawing.

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Super Bubbles

Kids love bubbles, so it stands to reason gigantic Super Bubbles would be loved all the more. This Maker Monday recipe can produce bubbles — really big bubbles — which are absolutely mesmerizing as they shimmer in the sun.

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Bubble Pipe

Bright sunny days are perfect for blowing bubbles and chasing them across the lawn. This Maker Monday project gives kids a chance to create a Bubble Pipe that produces clouds of bubbles that rise with the breeze.

For more Maker Monday projects and other fun stuff for kids, visit the Kidsburgh Activities page.

Sally Quinn

Sally Quinn is an award-winning writer and editor who has been covering her favorite city for more than 30 years. She appreciates all that Pittsburgh offers families and has a blast guiding her 10 grandkids to new discoveries. Sally welcomes your comments and story ideas for Kidsburgh.

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