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Bubbles

Bubbles

Get a bowl Pour water in and then dish soap in Mix and heat in sun for 12 hours straight From bobby, a reader, egypt

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BathGoo

Bath Bubbles

What you will need: 1/2c of soap flakes 1c of boiling water Liquid sugar Small bowl Plastic spoon Food coloring (optional) Instructions for the project: Get an adult to boil water on the stove.pour the water into the small bowl and add the soap flakes.Mix well and add food colouring.leave it to set for about […]

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Pina Colada Bath Salts

Bath Salts

If you can not get away on a tropical vacation using these bath salts may just be the next best thing to being there. What you will need: 1 cup Epsom salts 5 drops food Coloring 1 tbs of coconut oil 5 drops of pineapple fragrant oil 5 drops of coconut fragrant oil Instructions for […]

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Bubble Bath

Rubber Ducky

This is a great bubble bath that can be made in your favorite fragrance for a truly spectacular bath experience. What you will need: 2 cups of Soap flakes or grated soap 1 gallon of water 1/4 cup of glycerin 2 cups of Shampoo or dish washing detergent Scented oils of your choice Instructions for […]

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Monster Bubbles

Monster Bubbles

6 cups water 3/4 cups corn syrup 2 cups dish detergent Mix together. Let set for 4 hours. From Chels, age 13, Alabama

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Lava Lamp

Lava Lamp

What you will need: Bottle (any size) Water (half way full) Cooking oil (fill up rest of way) Do not shake. From Chels, age 13, Alabama

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No Tears Bubbles

Bubble Bath

What you will need: Standard bubble recipe No tears shampoo Instructions for the project: Use any standard bubble recipe. I usually don’t measure but just mix the soap, sugar or corn syrup and water till it’s thick. Children can use this with the no tears formula shampoo and if they rub their eyes it won’t […]

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Long-life Bubble Solution

Bubble Bath Roses

What you will need: 1/3 cup commercial bubble solution (Like Wonder Bubbles by ChemToy) 1/3 cup water 1/3 cup glycerine Gently stir the ingredients together. From Anita, a teacher, Independence, IA

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Exploratorium’s Bubble Recipe

Little Girl Blowing Bubbles

What you will need: 2/3 Cup (160 ml) Dawn™ dishwashing liquid 1 tablespoon (15 ml) glycerin (available at most drugstores) 1 gallon (3.8 l) of water. Instructions for the project: Stir ingredients together. Aging the solution for at least a day before use significantly increases the lifetime of the bubbles. From Anita, a teacher, Independence, […]

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Bubble Mix

Little Girl with Bubbles

What you will need: 7 cups water (distilled recommended) 2 cups dishwashing detergent (Joy™, Dawn™, Ivory™) 3/4 cup of corn syrup Mix & shake No foam From Patti, a reader, from USA

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Strong Bubbles

Boy Blowing Bubbles

What you will need: 1 cup dishwashing detergent (Joy™, Dawn™ or Ajax™ are best) 1 gallon water 1 tablespoon glycerin (optional, but makes stronger bubbles) Mix all ingredients and let bubbles settle. From Sue P., a parent from Minneapolis, MN.

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Bubbles

Girl Watching Bubbles

What you will need: 1 cup water 1/3 cup liquid dish soap (Dawn™ or Joy™ are the best) 2 Tablespoons light corn syrup Instructions for the project: Combine ingredients. If you don’t have bubble blowers around the house, be creative and try using different kitchen objects: strawberry basket, apple corer, potato masher, handle of a […]

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