Bubble Painting with school paints

School painting: Bubble Paint

LEVEL: Pre-school and very Early Primary.

Kids love bubble painting.  It is so much fun and every one creates something different and unique. Key tip is to blow not suck through the straw.
Bubble Painting with school paints
Bubble Painting with school paints
You will need:
: Paper
: Tempera Poster Paint
: Water
: Washing-up Liquid
: Spoon
: Straws
: Shallow trays
: Plastic table top or you can cover a table with a plastic sheet.
: Apron and a cover sheet or newspapers – plus paper towels.

Let’s get started:
Before you start make sure that children understand they are to blow in the straw no sucking.

Mix together the paint and some washing up liquid. Whisk it up to make it frothy.
Start to add some water until it is the right consistency to blow bubbles.
Spoon the frothy watery paint in the shallow tray.

Using a straw, blow into the bubble mixture until there are bubbles formed that are slightly higher than the shallow tray.
Quickly place a piece of paper over the tray and bubbles.

When you remove the paper, there will be colourful designs that the bubbles have made
You will need to have one tray per colour.

Allow to dry.
-          Gentle blowing makes the best designs.
-          Tempera paint is better than food dye because it won’t stain clothes
-          Make sure the paint is runny enough for bubbles.

Share and enjoy & have fun.
Tony Parker
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