Toddlers love bubbles of all kinds! It’s fun making bubbles and letting them play in it, stirring, scooping and pouring! It’s sensory goodness!
George likes bubbles. The perfect activity for him (as a toddler) is making bubbles!
Water and dish soap on a perfect day to be outside. George had a blast!
I have this bucket that I actually got out of my great-grandma’s basement.
All I did was add some warm water to it and some dish soap. I mixed it up a bit first to get the bubbles started for George.
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I also got a bunch of old utensils and whatnot from my great-grandma, and we use these for our outdoor play toys.
They come in handy for activities like this, as well as the sandbox.
I added the utensils to the soapy water bucket and George kept busy scooping, pouring and stirring the bubbles.
Small containers and funnels were fun for him to pour into and out of. He loves the funnel, he had fun with the funnel when we made our slimy spaghetti sensory as well!
Eventually, he moved on to cleaning.
Well, maybe just placing bubbles around and on his outdoor toys.
More ways for making bubbles:
- A cleaner indoor activity with soapy jars
- Making foam from soap
- Check out the bubble solution that makes giant bubbles from Happy Hooligans.
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- 6 toddler sensory activities
- 34 edible sensory activities for kids that put everything in their mouth
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