Kids love bubbles. Here are some easy and fun ideas for a bubble theme party!
Have a Baby Pool full of bubble solution with lots of blowers. You can make blowers with clothes hangers. Use can also use kitchen items such as slotted spoons, whisks, etc.Give each team a bar of soap and a bucket of water and see who make theirs disappear first (or who has gotten the farthest in a certain amount of time! It can take a long time to get a bar off soap down to nothing!)If you have a bubble machine, hook it up to be blowing bubbles the entire time! If not, you can purchase one (they aren't too expensive for a basic machine). Or, you can always blow bubbles yourself and let the kids chase them.For older kids, have a bubble gum blowing contest – see who can blow the biggest bubbles, pop the loudest bubbles, etc.Not really bubbles, but bubble-like...you could use balloons in some of your fames, such as going on a balloon hunt. Before the party, blow up lots of balloons in different colors (same amount of each color) and scatter them all over the party area. At the party, divide into teams and assign each team a color. Have each team select a “base”. On “Go”, teams must try to gather all the balloons of their designated color and take them back to their base, while trying to pop the balloons from the other teams. Team with the most balloons gathered at their base at the end wins!Give out packages of bubble gum, bubble bath or bubble solution as party favors. (Rubber duckies can be fun too!)
Pages to Visit
Planning a Backyard Party (must read for a Bubble Party!)
Discount Party Supplies
Games that are perfect for young children