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This week's theme is ..... Bubbles

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Discoverers
Explorers
Adventurers
Pioneers

 

Explore Bubblewrap with Michelle

Bubble Wrap Picture
Bubble Wrap Picture

Bubble Painting

Bubble painting is great fun. It can be messy so it is an ideal outdoor activity or cover up inside.

This is simple to make - just a little water, washing up liquid and paint. Use straws to blow the mixture into colourful bubbles.

Bubble paint in various colours
Bubble paint in various colours

You can play around with the colours. Just use one colour like this all green or all pink painting. 

All green paint
All green paint
All pink paint
All pink paint

Or mix all the colours together on one page to see what happens.

All different colours used together
All different colours used together

 Waiting for one colour to dry and then adding another like the pink on yellow can be effective. 

Pink was laid on top of yellow
Pink was laid on top of yellow

 When dry the papers can be cut up and made into pictures like the two flower examples below. 

Green leaves were added to the pink painting to look like large pink flower heads
Green leaves were added to the pink painting to look like large pink flower heads
The pink and green paintings were cut up and placed on a blue background to create flowers
The pink and green paintings were cut up and placed on a blue background to create flowers

 

  Why not try painting onto different coloured papers and see how this changes the effects you can make? Above all have lots of fun playing around and experimenting.

Make your own bubble wand

Why not try making your own bubble wand. This is super easy to do with straws and string. Jules also added a wooden skewer to her straws to add strength to the wand and provide a handle for ease of use.  

Create your own Speech Bubble Art

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