WeeWork Kids Craft: Bubble Painting
Nothing says summertime fun like bubbles, but add a little color and take your bubble play to a whole new level. This simple project is a little bit art, a little bit science, and a whole lot of fun. Little kids love the anticipation of watching the bubbles burst into blooms of color. You can also experiment a bit with mixing colors each time you blow a new bubble. This is probably the one time my daughter was not sad that I burst her bubble!
Liquid Water Color Paper
Bubble Wand Smocks (this project can get a bit soppy)
How to Paint with Bubbles
1) Mix the bubble solution with a couple drops of liquid water colors. There is no exact science to this ratio, so play around with it, until you've achieved the desired color
2) Place a sheet of paper on the ground or table. Using your bubble wand, blow a "colored bubble", and catch it on the paper.
3) When the bubble bursts, it leaves behind a "pop" of color. Keep blowing bubbles to complete your creation.
Tip: If you don't have bubbles or a bubble wand you can make your own. Bubble solution can be made by diluting a tablespoon of dish soap in a cup of water. And you can make your own bubble wand using a pipe cleaner.
Kids' work is to play. WeeWork is a Mommy Poppins series offering an easy daily activity for grown-ups and children to do together, making kids' work an important part of your day. We aim to inspire together time, creativity and fun using only your imagination and things around the house. You can see all our WeeWork activity posts here.