Bubbles, bubbles, and more bubbles. Who can resist the joy of watching bubbles float on the air? And the more bubbles, the better. Most often we blow bubbles. But that’s only one way to create an avalanche of bubbles. Squeeze bubbles is another. Here’s how that works. Pour solution into the top of the bottle, dip a Mini Squee-Z-Bub into the solution, squeeze and release to fill. Then, pointing the toy away from your face, squeeze and watch bubbles float into the air. Can you catch one on your other hand?
Squeezing bubbles and chasing after them are both delightful pastimes. Find out for yourself. Gather fellow fun seekers. Kids and adults alike. Designate one or more to make bubbles. Everyone else gets to chase after and try to catch the floating orbs. Giggles and more giggles will erupt as revelers dart about, stretching and jumping to reach bubbles as they float-just out of reach. Take turns so that everyone gets to squeeze and chase. Celebrate the joy of such play. And be amazed by its developmental benefits. Children experience cause and effect as they make something happen. All that squeezing and releasing also builds grasp and release skills, muscle control, and finger strength. Not only that but watching where the bubbles go enhances visual tracking skills. Running improves gross motor abilities and breathing. Taking turns and not crashing into each others while darting about develops social skills.
Assorted squeezable bubble toys include blowfish, caterpillar, butterfly, and ladybug. Each comes with a four ounce bottle of bubble solution.