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  • Mary Menconi

    Bubble Snakes | Activities For Children | Outdoor Play | Play At Home Mom

  • Jennifer Himes

    Play At Home Mom LLC: Bubble Snakes

  • Dana Ries

    Bubble snakes! Cut off end of plastic bottle, place washcloth with rubber band. Dip in Dawn/water, blow!

  • Ines Kinchen

    Bubble Snakes... fun idea for the bathtub too, so not only a summer activity

  • holly kretschmar

    Such an easy activity. Cut off the bottom of the water bottle. Using the rubber band, attach the wash cloth to that end, dip wash cloth end in dish soap + water, and blow. BUBBLE SNAKES. It was about 103 outside today, but my son loved this for the short time we were out there!!

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