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Bubble Painting

The only thing better than blowing bubbles? Painting with them! First, you'll want to lay out your "canvases." Cardstock, construction paper, or even cardboard boxes work well for this activity. To make your bubble paint, mix store-bought bubbles with food coloring colors of your child's choosing, using small bowls or containers for each color. Then, blow the bubbles with your bubble wand! As the bubbles land, they'll make beautiful prints on the paper. You can also use straws to blow bubbles into the bowl and place your paper or cardstock on top to create prints. This one can get a little messy, so you may want to put down a tarp or towel underneath or try it outdoors!

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