- a cup
- a tiny bit of undiluted dish soap
- and a straw.
It took a few tries to get the hang of it...
... but it wasn't long before the air was full of streams of tiny bubbles.
The book cautions, that young children might try to drink the soap, instead of blowing bubbles. Mine have learned from personal experience, not to do that. But, I will add a caution - each time you dip the straw into the soap, when you lift it out to blow the bubbles, a drip of soap falls down from the straw.
My girls didn't seem to understand they needed to hold the straws over their cups, and they ended up covered in dish soap. So, you might want to plan a bath time, after this activity, or a good run in...I don't know...maybe, a pop bottle sprinkler?
It's great to be a homeschooler.