Bubble freeze, that’s an odd thing now isn’t it!
An easy and fun activity to do. Any child or adult will love this “rainy day” project. It’s fast to make, and the finished object is awesome and fun to “play” with.
1. Prepare your “bubbles juice”.
Mix up water and baby shampoo, or any liquid soap, in a large bucket or dish.
2. Dip your straw in the “bubble juice.”
Get your straw, or your choice of “bubbles wand”, and dip it in the “bubbles juice”. There should be a film of the solution at the end of the straw. Carefully move the straw near your plate.
Blow your bubbles.
Blow your bubbles of any size, just make sure it can fit on the plate. Don’t blow it directly onto the plate; blow it right over the plate.
4. Put your bubbles on a plate.
Carefully place your bubble on a plate. Your bubbles may pop several times before you can finally put one onto a plate.
5. Freeze your bubble.
Put the dish very gently inside a freezer. Wait for about 30 minutes to an hour, checking on your bubbles every 15 to 20 minutes.
6. Take out the bubble
When your bubbles are frozen, take out the plate very gingerly, making sure it does not crack. It will last for about 10 minutes, more or less.