Bubble Play | A to Z of Toddler Activities

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Bubble Play | A to Z of Toddler Activities - Baby & Beyond

Who doesn’t love playing with bubbles!

Even before Baby N started moving around, I used to blow bubbles in front of him and he would excitedly watch them form and float around. He would follow them with his eyes and try to reach out with his hands. Once he started crawling and walking, he had a lot more fun chasing the bubbles and trying to catch them.

Bubble Play | A to Z of Toddler Activities - Baby & Beyond

Following bubbles, trying to reach out and popping them develops vision, hand-eye co-ordination, sensorial skills and motor skills


Now-a-days I hand him the soapy wand and he tries to make bubbles himself.

In fact this fun and simple bubble play activity provides significant development – Vision, hand-eye co-ordination, sensory development and gross, fine and oral motor skills.


Caution: Make sure you blow the bubbles away from the baby’s face to avoid contact with the eyes. Also the floor starts getting slippery, so with a toddler I prefer to play in a garden instead.

This post is part of a series I am doing on A to Z of toddler activities in 100 words each. You can find the complete list of activities here.

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  1. Nayantara said on January 14, 2018 1:40 pm:

    Kids love bubbles as do adults. There’s something magical about them.