Pool Noodle Bubble Blowers!

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It's time to #ThinkOutsideTheToyBox! This week, we are re-purposing pool noodles and turning them into amazing, new activities! We used our to make:

#ThinkOutsideTheToyBox and use some pool noodles to make these fun Pool Noodle Bubble Blowers! They are a great idea for spring fun!

Pool Noodle Bubble Blowers are easy to make and a great summertime activity!
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  • Assorted pool noodles
  • A couple of cake pans or pie plates
  • Bubble solution (Store bought or homemade)
  • A serrated knife
Simply cut the pool noodles into various length pieces, fill up the pans or plates with bubble solution and ENJOY!
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This is a fun and exciting thing for a family to enjoy together. We had such a great time making bubbles!
Once the kids were done with bubbles, I added a second surprise activity!
Pool Noodle Painting!
 
 
I whipped up some sidewalk paint by mixing 1/3 cup of All Purpose Flour with food coloring and water. I just add food coloring and water slowly until I get the desired color and “finger paint” like texture. Remember, you can always add more, but you can't take away.
The kids loved painting as well as blowing bubbles. I would say that our re-purposing of pool noodles into Pool Noodle Bubble Blowers and Pool Noodle Painting was a success! These are fantastic sensory activities for kids of all ages!
#ThinkOutsideTheToyBox and use some pool noodles to make these fun Pool Noodle Bubble Blowers! They are a great idea for spring fun!
This is part of the Think Outside The Toy Box series!
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65 thoughts on “Pool Noodle Bubble Blowers!”

  1. Thanks Becka! I love my new phone's camera! We had a blast!

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  2. Thanks Ashley! It is so much fun and so easy to put together!

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  3. Thanks Janine! We are all having so much fun doing this summer series!

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  4. OMG I love this! I am totally cutting up a pool noodle now and doing both of these. Genius. My kids will be thrilled! Pinning and Stumbling too!

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  5. What a fun idea! And I love the sidewalk chalk paint idea 🙂 Not to mention, your photos look amazing!

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  6. I love it! Your pictures look awesome! Great idea!

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  7. Great use for pool noodles and seriously love when you show us how to repurpose everyday items around the house for fun 🙂

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  8. Yep, this would be a hit with my kiddos! Anything that involves water is A-Okay with them! Love the photos Echo!

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  9. Awww, this looks like so much fun! Great idea!

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  10. Great idea! (I didn't know pool noodles were hollow. LOL)

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  11. Whaaat? This is brilliant. My kids are obsessed with everything bubbles. Those pool noodles come in handy for many things!

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  12. There are so many freaking things you can do with those dang noodles! I saw one life hack post that involved putting it under a sheet for a toddler who falls out of bed at night. Instant bumper guard!

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  13. Thanks Jhanis! Your kids sound like mine, so I am sure they would enjoy it!

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  14. Awesome Kristen! I hope your kids enjoy it as much as mine did!

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  15. Awww Thanks Amber! The sidewalk paint was super easy to make!

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  16. Hahaha, that is too funny! I hope you cut one up and explore it!

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  17. Funny story, I totally did that with a pool noodle when we moved our daughter to a toddler bed. It totally works!

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  18. They do! They are pretty useful items! I love that you can find them at the dollar store too!

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  19. Ha ha…these are so much fun. Great idea. What kids don't like blowing bubbles!!

    Thanks for sharing at Marvelous Monday on Smart Party Planning 🙂

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  20. Love this idea!! The girls are both really into bubbles this year!

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  21. Such such a great idea!! Love this!!

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  22. This is such a fun idea! My little boy would love this, thanks for sharing!

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  23. That looks like tons of fun. Cheap and easy too! Thanks for linking up to Snickerdoodle Sunday! – Kristina

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  24. I knew I had seen you do something with pool noodles! Our pool noodle sprinkler was fun. I saw it on another blog somewhere, but I don't remember the link. IT was just the right kind of water for my 4 year old to not get mad about getting wet.

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  25. It was super fun and SUPER cheap thanks to the dollar store!

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  26. That sprinkler is so cool! I am making one for my kids this weekend!

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  27. Great idea. Looks like fun! Thanks for sharing

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  28. So fun! My kids would love this – hopefully they wouldn't inhale the bubbles though (haha!). Thanks so much for sharing at On Display Thursday! We were so happy to have you link up. 🙂

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  29. I am going to have to try this one! My little man loves bubbles

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  30. Nice think about the pool noodles, is it is not as easy for them to eat/lick the bubbles!

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  31. It was so much fun! My daughter loved dancing in the bubbles!

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  32. IT was so much fun to do! The bubbles were great and the sidewalk paint was so easy to make!

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  33. Cut em up and use them! I like to get as much out of things as I can!

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  34. Such fun and so clever! I would have never thought of using pool noodles this way.

    I love sidewalk paint!

    Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the SHINE Blog Hop).

    Wishing you a lovely weekend.
    xoxo

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  35. Love the painting idea! After a while those things get pretty roughed up. Once they start breaking down I'm definitely doing this rather than just throwing them away!!

    SOOTHE Her Soul

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  36. Such a fun and simple idea! Haven't used them like that yet. I have used them to wrap around the door to keep the kids from slamming it, though!

    Stopping in from Sharefest!

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  37. So fabulous! Love this 🙂

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  38. Love both of these ideas. My sister was just gifted a pair of used pool noodles by a neighbor, but her girls already have plenty of floaty-type things for the pool. I'll have to let her know about these ideas — she might want to re-purpose those noodles.

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  39. I am chuckling, my kids would have loved these ideas, never thought of using them to blow bubbles. Thanks for sharing on Weekends Are Fun!! Enjoy your weekend!!!

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  40. My kids really enjoyed it! Thank you for hosting, Karren!

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  41. Good idea! We've been experimenting with all kinds of different makeshift bubble blowers around here and this one looks like our next try!

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  42. Brilliant idea! Thanks for linking up to "On Display Thursday".

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  43. Thank you so much, Kim! I love when you stop by! I will definitely link up tonight!

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  44. I love the bubble idea! That doesn't meant hat I don't think the other idea isn't pretty cool too. I have a couple of noodles and with all the other things we have to drag with us for all of the babies, the pool noodles often get left behind. I love the idea to repurpose them! Thanks for sharing with Creative Style!

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  45. Thank you so much for joining us on The Wednesday Roundup Link Party! You've been featured this week! I just pinned this one to our Pinterest board. Be sure to stop by and grab a "Featured" button! Angela ~ http://www.lemoinefamilykitchen.com

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  46. Awesomeness… More ideas for my 8 grandbabies

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