If you know a pediatric SLP, chances are, bubbles are a “go-to” ice breaker therapy tool. Since COVID however, bubbles have not been the safest option for therapy. My son’s school showed me a new way to bubble and I am excited to share!
You can find the instructions on many different websites. We are using the one from Housing a Forest.
“All you need is an empty water bottle from your recycling, duct tape, a sock that is missing its match (which we seem to have an abundance of), dish soap and some food coloring. Start by cutting the bottom of the water bottle off. Next slide the sock over the bottom of the bottle. We used colorful duct tape to secure our sock, but you could use a rubber band as well. Pour some dish soap into a shallow container with a little bit of water and gently mix. Dip the sock covered bubble blower into the solution and gently blow. You may add some color to the bubble snakes with food coloring.”
Share your bubble pictures with us and let us know your ideas.