Fireworks Bubbles- Glow in the Dark Bubble Recipe!
MYO Glow in the Dark Bubbles- Waiting for the fireworks to begin during various celebrations can be a difficult time for the little ones. Since age is a factor in deciding whether or not to let them play with sparklers, why not spark their interest with something a bit more safe and just as fun- Glow in the Dark Bubbles that Bounce!
Wet noodle is so fun. Watch this demo! Tape a cup full of water to the top of a pool noodle. I'd tape a "hold here" on the noodle. The kids race to pass it up and down the line without spilling the water.
Every kid has a little mad scientist hiding inside of them, and nothing is more fun than spending a little time dreaming up mixtures that bubble and steam and overflow! Here are 10 crazy concoctions you can whip up at home to satisfy their need to explore and create. will be awesome to do with the kids during 'ooey gooey week' at camp before we head off to the science center!
The World’s Best Bubbles 1 1/2 quarts of water 1/2 cup light corn syrup 1 cup liquid dish soap Mix water and corn syrup until completely blended. Slowly stir in soap. Will last several weeks in an airtight container.
You and your child can send clouds of tiny bubbles skyward with this quick trick. Materials Drinking straws Tape Dishwashing liquid Light corn syrup (or glycerin) Instructions Instead of a traditional bubble wand, use a number of drinking straws bound together with a few pieces of tape. Dip one end of the bundle into a shallow dish of bubble solution, then blow through the straws gently.