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It’s impossible to catch and keep floating bubbles, but with a partner you can capture sparkling paint bubbles in a colorful new way!
You’ll enjoy making these bubbles with a friend or parent. Cover your craft area with newspaper. Pour enough Crayola Washable Kid’s Paint to cover the bottom of a paper cup. Add liquid soap to cover the paint. Add water to double the liquid. Squeeze some Crayola Glitter Glue into the cup. Stir the mixture with a plastic straw.
Place the cup and straw in long, shallow container. Blow INTO the straw to make bubbles come up and over the cup. Fill the pan with bubbles. Ask your partner to turn the cup so the bubbles pour out in every direction.
Move the cup to a paper plate. Wipe any soapy mix from your hands with a paper towel.
With your partner, hold paper by all four corners. Slowly lower the paper into the bubble-filled container to capture as many bubbles as possible without touching the bottom. Slowly lift the paper, turn it so the bubble painting is face up, and place on n
Make more bubble paintings! Experiment to see what happens if you blow fast and slow. Try different brands of liquid soap to see whether you get more bubbles, bigger bubbles, or bubbles that resist popping.
For more fun, add bubbles of a different color to your dry bubble paintings.
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