DIY Bubble Shooter {Make Your Own Bubble Wand}

This simple craft creates hours of play opportunities because you can make your own bubble shooter. Actually it is half bubble shooter and half bubble wand.  No matter what you call it, blowing bubbles is fun!

This bubble shooter was born out of desperation. At one time we had many bubble wands. They have since disappeared into their secret hiding places somewhere in our garden.

Make your own bubble shooter by kids activities blog - a group of homemade bubble wands (colorful) shown in a series of plastic cups
Whether you call it a bubble shooter or a bubble wand, your kids will have hours of play!

How To Make a Bubble Shooter Wand

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This Do It Yourself Bubble Shooter is so easy to make that any home without bubble wands will probably never have to buy another bubble wand again!

What Is A Bubble Wand?

Bubble Shooter Defined: A brilliant mechanism combining bubbles and the act of shooting.

DIY Bubble wands are a fun activity to do, and you can even make homemade bubbles to go with it. It’s so much fun. The best part is, making a bubble blower is easy!

Making your own bubble wand is so easy, even your kids can help!

Supplies Needed To Make A DIY Bubble Wand:

To make your do it yourself bubble shooter, you’ll need 2 basic supplies that you probably already have in your home:

That’s it!

Instructions for Constructing A DIY Bubble Shooter Wand:

Step 1

Take a bunch of straws and attach them together by wrapping them with a rubber band. If you don’t have rubber bands within easy reach, don’t worry. Just use some masking tape or sticky tape to join the straws together.

Step 2

(Optional) You can also cut the straws to a shorter length; this may be very useful if you don’t have many straws but have many children to entertain.

Step 3

Mix up a batch of bubble solution:

Step 4

Let’s blow bubbles with your DIY Bubble Shooter Wand! It is lots of fun!

DIY Bubble Shooter Wands in homemade bubble solution ready to blow bubbles
Load Up Your Bubble Shooter Wand with homemade bubble solution!

Blowing Bubbles with DIY Bubble Shooter Wand

This play is really satisfying for children as they make lots of bubbles with each breath.

The action needed for creating bubbles with the bubble shooter is always exhaling and never inhaling.  This will keep bubble solution out of kids’ mouths.  <–But just in case, always use a non-toxic bubble solution that is taste-safe.

It is amazing how quickly they learn the proper coordination to get just the right amount of bubble solution into the shooter wand.

What fun!

Bubble Stick

Just make sure for littler children, they blow, and don’t suck in. It may seem obvious to us, but smaller children may not understand the concept. And no one wants a mouth of warm water and soap bubbles.

Littler kids may need a little help, but overall this is great for kids of all ages, from younger children to older kids. Whether it is a sunny day or an overcast day.

 

small child using a bubble shooter wand to blow bubbles across the backyard fence
Watching the bubbles leave the DIY Bubble Shooter Wand pointed in one direction and then slowly waft to the sky…

Instructions

  1. Take a bunch of straws and attach them together by wrapping them with a rubber band. If you don’t have rubber bands within easy reach, don’t worry. Just use some masking tape or sticky tape to join the straws together.
  2. You can also cut the straws to a shorter length; this may be very useful if you don’t have many straws but have many children to entertain.
  3. Mix up a batch of bubble solution.
  4. Let’s blow bubbles with your DIY Bubble Shooter Wand! It is lots of fun!

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Did your kids love making these simple bubble shooters?  What are their favorite ways to blow bubbles?

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