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Bubble games are a great way to encourage creativity and outdoor play during the summer. When the weather is nice, it’s great to encourage children to play outside in the sunshine. 30 years ago, it was easy to get children to play outside. Today it’s not as easy for some parents.
Juggle Bubbles is a bubble activity kit for kids ages 7+. It features a no-pop solution that will allow your child to bounce and juggle bubbles without the bubble bursting.
The Juggle Bubble kit includes:
- a bubble blower
- bubble tray
- unique bubble solution
- a pair of magic gloves to juggle bubbles
Emily couldn’t wait to try it when we got it in the mail. We read the directions and it said that you to dip wide end of the Bubble Blower into the solution (in bubble tray), then blow into the blower to create the bubble. She blew into the blower and out came a decent sized bubble.
She bounced it off of her gloved hands very easily. She tried it many times with no problem of bubbles breaking. You are supposed to keep the glove dry for bubbles to not pop, so we made sure that she didn’t spill any of the solution on them. Her gloves got a bit damp after catching a bunch of bubbles. We just turned them around and they worked fine. She probably played with it for a good hour before I suggested we save some solution for another time of play.
We definitely need a couple of more kits so other friends can play too, or when the grandchildren come over. This would make a great party activity.
Pro: It really keeps a child entertained for a long time.
Con: Not really a con so much as just a tip: I found that you can’t blow too big of bubbles, or it will pop before you can “eject” it from blower.
Juggle Bubbles was a hit with us and we plan on making it a part of our outdoor summer activities! Juggle Bubbles can be purchased for $10.00 plus shipping and handling and are available at www.jugglebubbles.com.
Tess, a professional blogger and interior designer, enjoys reading and sharing children’s books and any learning activities with her children and grandchildren.