Sensory Play Foam Bubbles

19

Mar

This is the easiest sensory activity, and I promise you more than likely have all of the supplies on hand! You can adapt this in so many ways, hide toys or letters in the foam, use it for color recognition, or just exploring new textures for younger tots! You can do this inside or outside, in sensory bins, bowls, or even using a highchair!

I follow Busy Toddler’s Recipe, but use my food processor instead of a hand mixer and add just a little touch more water.

1/4 cup tear-free bubble bath
1/2 cup water
Food coloring if desired

Whip together until stiff peaks form with a hand mixer or food processor!

kid and baby

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  1. Stephanie says:

    We are going to make this today! I’ve been addicted to The Mama notes during this time at home. Thanks for taking the time to make these!

    Stephanie | SPV Living

  2. Katie Ramstad says:

    Where did you find this awesome table?

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