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Activity 4

Water bottle snake bubbles! I tried this out with the girls first and it's so good!! You can add food colouring as well which can make the bubbles multicolored. Don't forget to share your pictures on the blog! 
  1. Use a pair of scissors to cut off the bottom of a water bottle: Ask a grown up to help you with this, even if it's just to watch you!
  2. Stretch out the sock and slide it over the open end of the water bottle. (You can put an elastic band or hair bobble around it to keep it in place)
  3. In a small container, mix together some washing up liquid with a small amount of water.
  4. Dip the end of the bottle and sock into the bubble solution.

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    Then blow on the mouth piece of the bottle to make the bubbles

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