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  • MAH

    My kids group would love this! Rainbow Bubble Snakes - Need: Half a waterbottle, rubberband, bubbles (dishsoap/water), food coloring, sock. Steps: Dip sock held by a rubber band on the water bottle in food coloring in dish soap and food coloring and blow.

  • Jenny Wippermann

    Rainbow Bubble Snakes // SOCK BUBBLE ARTWORK – to do this activity, follow the same method for the sock snake bubbles but place a few drops of food coloring on the sock (it looks cool to do more than one color) and blow onto a piece of paper. the bubbles pop and make a cook pattern! we hung the artwork along the fence for the kids to take home later

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