More to explore:
Sock bubbles Start by cutting the bottom of water bottle off. Next slide the sock over the bottom of the bottle. We used colorful duct tape to secure our sock, but you could use a rubber band as well. Pour some dish soap into shallow container with a little bit of water and gently mix. Dip the sock covered bubble blower into the solution and gently blow. We decided to add some color to the bubble snakes with food coloring. The kids dropped the food coloring onto the sock covered end.
Rainbow Bubble Snake. Empty water bottle, duct tape or rubber bands, sock, dish soap, food coloring. Cut bottom off bottle. Slide sock over bottom. Pour some dish soap into a shallow container with a little bit of water and gently mix. Dip the sock covered bubble blower into the solution and gently blow. 33 Activities Under $10 That Will Keep Your Kids Busy All Summer. http://www.housingaforest.com/exploding-peep-geysers/
super bubble recipe (and suggestion of secret dollar store ingredient (not shown)!
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So simple and so fun... - The Meta Picture CAN"T WAIT TO HAVE GRAND KIDS THIS OLD!!!
The Sew*er, The Caker, The CopyCat Maker: Gift
Wish I'd have thought of this when I was 10.
great for a school auction with kid painted canvas for the fabric
Bubble Refill Container and bubble recipe - genius!
15 Ways to Play with Cornstarch (Cornflour) from Fun at Home with Kids
pvc pipe sprinkler made with misters.
Easy abstract painting that anyone can do! Just blob the paint on the canvas in random spots and blend! (would be interesting how students could make different pictures w/ the same colors and same blob positions)