Bubble Games and Activities
Games and activities to play with bubbles
17 Fun ideas, games and activities to play with
Bubbles are a great way to entertain kids and with these
fun ideas you'll never run out different ways to play with bubbles.
homemade bubble recipes for great ways
to make your own blowing bubbles.
Bubble Refill Station
Bubble Sword Battle
Fill a plastic container with a spout at the bottom (like the ones used
for sun tea) with bubble solution and label it "Bubble Refill Station".
The kids can easily fill up their bottles with the spout.
Give each child a foam sword and let them pop the bubbles with it.
Pretend the bubbles are a bubble dragon or a thick forest them must
Blowing Bubble Art
Place bubble mixture in a large bowl. Add a few drops of
food coloring. Give kids a straw and have them place the
straw in the bowl and blow making the bubbles rise above the lip
of the bowl. Then have them take a piece of paper and lay
it on top of the bowl. Take the paper off and they will
have a fun bubble picture.
No Hands Allowed
Have the kids try and pop bubbles without using their hands.
They can use their heads, elbows, legs, feet, knees, etc.
Catch a Bubble
Blow bubbles and then try and catch them on the bubble wand. See
if multiple bubbles can be caught on the wand.
Hula Hoop Drift
Divide children and let half blow bubbles and the other half hold the
hula hoops. Have the kids hold the hula hoops out and the others
try and blow bubbles through them. Then switch so everyone has a
Have a contest to see who can blow the biggest bubble. Make sure
all the wands used are the same size.
Have a contest to see who can blow the most bubbles with one breathe.
Line the kids up and one at a time have them blow as many bubbles as
they can with just one blow.
See how long the kids can keep their bubbles in the air by having them
blow underneath them to keep them from popping.
Give each child 2 bubble wands and bubble solution. Have a contest
to see who can blow bubbles and then stack them the highest on the
Blow lots of bubbles and let the kids enjoy popping them.
Set up a start and finish line. Have kids line up at the start
line and blow a bubble. They then have to blow that bubble across
the field and over the finish line.
Divide kids into two teams and have them stand in line one behind the
other. Set up a turn around point at least 30 yards from the
starting line. One at a time the children will blow a bubble and
catch it on their wand. They must then run to the turn around
point and back to their team with out losing or popping their bubble.
When they return to the start then the next person in line goes.
If a bubble pops or they lose their bubble from their wand they must run
back to the start and begin again. The team with all their players
to finish first wins.
Played like the regular game of tag except "it" has a bottle of bubbles
and to tag someone they must blow bubbles on the other player.
When a player gets tagged they take the bubbles and try and tag someone
This is a fun game where kids try and dodge the bubbles that are being
blown at them . Have the players line up about 10 feet from other
players who are blowing bubbles. If a bubble pops on them they
them switch places with the person who blew the bubbles.
Have an adult mix a small amount of food coloring or water based paint
in bubble mixture. Give children a piece of canvas or thick paper.
Have the kids try and catch the colorful bubbles on the paper for a
unique piece of art. Makes a great party favor!
Experiment making different sizes and shapes of bubbles using different
types of bubble wands. Pipe cleaners bent into fun shapes, slotted
spoons, tubes, and hangers are some great ideas.
See our Bubble Party
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