Looking for some fun activities for toddlers? Make some bubbles!
Do you have a toddler in your house? Our little guy is 2 1/2. Not quite a preschooler, but a busy little guy who’s learning every day. After seeing his fascination with the soap bubbles as I wash dishes, I knew he’d love to make some bubbles of his own. Today I’m sharing seven simple activities for toddlers – all featuring bubbles.
1 – Bubbles with a bucket, some soap, and a whisk
This is for those moms like me who don’t like a lot of mess in the house and who lack the time and creativity to set up an amazing sensory experience. It was so fun to watch my little guy get to work!
Use the hose to put some water in a bucket. Add a few squirts of dish soap. Add toddler and a whisk.
After big brothers (ages 4 and 5) help make some nice bubbles, dig in!
Scoop and pour.
When Mom’s not looking, use up the rest of the dish soap. She must not mind too much, though, because she grabbed her camera for this shot.
Stay busy for a good 40 minutes!
2 – Rainbow soap foam
Check out these colorful bubbles at Fun at Home with Kids.
3 – Glitter Bubbles
No Time for Flashcards made pink glittery bubbles.
4 – Soapy Sea Foam Bubbles
Try these ocean themed bubbles from Twodaloo.
5 – Rainbow Bubbles with Water Colors
Gift of Curiosity made bubbles with water color in a kiddie pool.
6 – Build with Bubbles
If you’ve got a washable table cloth, try building with bubbles (at Small Potatoes).
7 – Make GIANT bubbles
Your toddler (and his big siblings) will be super impressed by the giant bubbles you can make with Happy Hooligans’ recipe.
Alphabet Curriculum for Preschool
Our curriculum includes lessons for teaching both upper and lowercase letter names and sounds. You’ll get three lessons per letter, built-in review, simple handwriting practice, rhyming, syllable counting, phonemic awareness, and a whole lot more!
It is soooooo hot here in South Texas, water and bubbles look like fun! (And bubbles aren’t just for toddlers!)
very nice ideas.