10 Bubble Blowing Hacks That Will Make You the Coolest Mom on the Block (PHOTOS)

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  • Frozen Bubbles


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    Once winter arrives, that doesn't mean bubble activities have to end. If the temperature dips below freezing, that's the perfect time to create ice bubbles. On a very cold day, all it takes is a few seconds for them to freeze on your child's wand into these perfect crystalline orbs.

  • Baking Soda & Vinegar Bubbles


    While many kids know that mixing baking soda and vinegar results in a soda-style font of carbon dioxide bubbles ... only to amp this up, try adding soap, which causes the carbon dioxide to form a delicious mountain of baking soda and vinegar bubbles! Toss in a few drops of food coloring to add to the special effects.

  • Bubble Spiderweb


    What could be more perfect to celebrate Halloween than a bubble spider web? All you need is black paint, bubble solution, a straw and a paper plate, as well as these instructions from Preschool Powol Packets.

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