Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Bubble Trouble

You'd think since we've been reading this book for quite some time now... I could do it without blubbering the words.  But nope, its quite a tongue twister!  I double-dog ya to finish it without messing up!

Here's a sample: 
"Oh, what calculated catchwork! Baby bounced into the patchwork,
where his grizzles turned to giggles and to wriggles of delight!
and the people stared dumbfounded as he bobbled and rebounded,
till the baby boy was grounded and his mother held him tight.

*  StoryBubble Trouble by Margaret Mahy & Polly Dunbar
*  Age:  infant 
*  Activities/ Experiences:
          1. Bubbles.
          2. Alkaseltzer sensory bottle.
    2 months old.
    1.  Bubbles!  The Gazillion Bubbles Machine is tons of fun.  It spits out A LOT of BUBBLES!  And I just can't help myself.  I usually play Don Ho's cheesy rendition of "Tiny Bubbles" while doing so.  :)

    bubbles in action

    2.  Alkaseltzer Sensory Bottle.  Plop some crushed-up alkaselter in a bottle of water with a few drops of food coloring.  Quickly get the cap on, and watch the bubbles appear!

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