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It’s time for Toddler Wednesday with #CMSMatHome!

Have you ever made art with bubbles? Let’s try that today. You’ll need a few small cups or bowls, straws, dish soap, food coloring or other colors, and some paper.

Pour a little bit of water in the cups, add the coloring, and a few drops of dish soap. Dip the straw in the colored water and blow through it. Once the bubbles reach the top and extend beyond your container, touch them gently with paper to make bubble prints!

To prevent younger children from drinking the colored, soapy liquid, cut a small opening towards the top of the straw.

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