Touchable Bubbles delight children and adults alike. Not only that, blowing bubbles builds important skills. Blowing promotes controlled breathing. Children learn that blowing gently produces the best results. With practice they hit the sweet spot, blowing streams of bubbles. Furthermore, bubble play develops visual tracking skills. All eyes follow as bubbles float effortlessly. As children reach out to catch the no-pop bubbles, they’re engaging their bodies in active play. Such stretching strengthens muscles and improves balance and coordination.
For best results, unscrew stopper and slowly remove bubble wand from test tube. Allow excess bubble solution to drip back into the tube. Aim bubble wand upwards and blow gently for cascades of bubbles. Wait a few seconds for bubbles to harden before touching. Replace cap firmly after use to keep solution from hardening. If solution gets too thick, mix in a few drops of water. To clean up, allow bubbles to dry, then vacuum.