Making homemade bubble solution
What You Need:
- 6 cups water
- 1 cup liquid dish soap
- Clean container with lid
- ¼ cup light corn syrup
- Bubble wands, including clean items found at home (e.g., pipe cleaner, round cookie cutter, plastic funnel, new unused fly swatter)
What To Do:
- Pour all the water into the container.
- Pour the liquid dish soap into the water, slowly stirring it until the soap is mixed in.
- Add the corn syrup to the mixture.
- The solution can be used right away, however for best results, let the solution sit overnight with the container covered.
- When ready to use, dip the bubble wand into the solution and have the child slowly blow a bubble through it until the bubble comes loose from the wand.
Adapted from Home Science Tools
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