There are many ways to paint with bubbles. The following is a basic technique, but you can vary it. For example, you can use a large tray of bubbles to cover the whole sheet. Alternatively, you can use several small bowls of different colored bubbles and print them one at a time on the same page to create multi-color bubbles. Play around with the ratio of paint, dish soap, and water until you find a result you like for you and your children. Most importantly, have fun, be creative, and learn together!
1. Pour 2 tablespoons paint, 2 tablespoons liquid dish soap, and 1 tablespoon water into a small bowl.
2. Insert straw into bowl and blow (I reinforced with my kiddos to blow OUT with the straw, NOT IN) to create lots of bubbles. You can also pierce a hole near the top of the straw to help prevent your child(ren) from sucking paint into their mouth.
3. Gently place the paper over the bubbles to take a print from them and remove.
5. Allow to dry.
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