Soap bubbles captivate both children and adults, so you can only imagine the wonder they bring to a baby. The almost magical effect of these delicate bubbles appearing and disappearing in the air dates back to the 17th century and remains an indisputable game to capture the attention of the little ones today.
MUCH MORE THAN SOAP SPHERES
Soap bubbles go far beyond just being a game; they offer several benefits for babies. They promote logical thinking, as observing them helps children grasp concepts like cause and effect. They are also excellent for developing a baby's sense of direction because it's inevitable for them to follow the bubbles' path and try to guess where they will go. Additionally, they aid in improving hand-eye coordination. And what we love most: they awaken curiosity and provide amusement as babies watch them float and burst.
MAKE YOUR OWN BUBBLES!
Making them at home is quite simple, and you can even create your own "bubble wand." All you need is a container and a mixture of 3 parts water to 1-part soap. Here's a secret: adding glycerin ensures success. Afterward, let the mixture sit, and you can start delighting your baby using a straw or even a small sieve. Let the magic begin!