Advantages Bubbles for a party
Disadvantages not brilliant bubbles
|Value for Money|
Tesco sells a pack of 4 small party bubbles like those in the category picture. These bubbles cost £1.50 for the 4 pack.. I am not sure how much liquid they contain but the bottles look about ½ the size of the larger bottles containing 118ml, the larger sized bottle is about the normal standard sized bottle of bubble mix. I bought the 118 ml bottle for 50p about a month ago.These bottles of bubble come in 4 colours red, yellow green or blue the label is rainbow coloured with the word PARTY on it. You can of course use these bubbles for any occasion it does not have to be a party. However a bottle of these bubbles make an ideal party bag content or a stocking filler , ideal for an outside party for the children to blow bubbles too .
Its a few months since I have used the mini bottles I can not remember what the wand that comes with them looks like but the wand that comes with the larger bottle does not attach top the lid as some do. When the foil seal is removed you will have to delve just into the top of the bubble mix to retrieve this wand. My fingers are all sticky now with bubble mix as I have just done this. While I wrote this review I tried to blow several bubbles and my hand are very sticky yuck with bubble mix I certainly prefer the wands that are embedded in the lids of bubble mix.
When you twist open the bottle lid there is a foil lid which has to be removed.I think that a parent might have to do this at least for under 5 ‘s. These bubbles are suitable for over three year olds.
The coloured plastic wand has a circular hole at one end this has ridges makes it easy to grip. The other end has a slightly bigger oval hole this does not have the ridges it is not so easy to grip. However either end is not difficult to hold and the aperture at each end is suitable for dipping in the bubble mix and will produce bubbles when blown by your child (or you).So how good are the bubbles that are produced? Well to be honest I have just dipped the wand into the bubble mix about 10 times out of these only 4 dips produced bubbles when I gently blew through the wand and I only produced up to 4 bubbles each time. Waving the wand in the air did not produce better results.
Bubbles are great fun for children. They are a good tool for language development.
Use the bubbles to encourage your child to request more.
You can use bubbles to help encourage eye contact. Blow bubbles for your child and wait for eye contact before blowing more.
Blowing bubbles will strengthen abdominal musclesYou can teach your child sounds and words to the m and more, b and bubbles, p and pop.
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