BUBBLES, BUBBLES, BUBBLES!
Everyone loves to play with bubbles, right? You can create the perfect giant bubble on your own by making it a family fun activity.
Try to choose a day that has more than 35% humidity and less wind in the atmosphere.
6 cups water
1 cup light corn syrup
2 cups dish washing soap (it is best to use a good quality liquid detergent such as joy detergent
One dish pan, cake pan, skillet, or plastic bin. (make sure the container is large enough for the mixing and stirring)
Open a glow stick and pour in the contents for these to glow in the dark!
In a large bowl, (at least 3 quarts) stir water and corn syrup until combined.
Add dish washing liquid and stir very gently until well mixed.
(Try not to make any bubbles.) Dip (don't stir) bubble wands into bubble liquid and blow bubbles, run with the wand, wave your arm, or spin around and let the air move the bubble.
Remove the foam that appears on the surface.
BUBBLES AND IDEAS
Purchase bubble wands
The opening of a coat hanger can be bent to create a circled loop
You can also use plastic strawberry baskets, these make great bunch of bubbles. Dip the strawberry basket into the plastic bin containing the solution. Once you seethe film, gently take it out of the solution and gently blow through the basket,or just spin the basket around by waving your arm or twirling around
You can also make bubbles with your hands. Just dip your hands into the solution and create a loop. Blow the air gently through it and you can create beautiful bubbles
Poke a large enough hole in the middle of a plastic lid. Use the lip on the lid to hold onto while dipping it into the bubble solution
You can have lots of fun using plastic cookie cutters to blow bubbles. Basically, any container that has the tendency to hold the film would work