I am so excited to share a creative and fun way to make your own bubble wand. Teacher Beth, the wonderful StrongStart Educator from Second Street Community School made a video about these bubble wands.
Click on this link for Blowing bubbles with Teacher Beth.
Supplies to make this special bubble wand:
Two sticks or dowels ( purchased dowels from Dollarama – package of 6)
Two eye hooks – attach to the end of the dowel to tie the strings through.
One metal washer – to use as a weight
I hope you try making this bubble wand and blow some giant bubbles!
Community Resources from Anita Olson, an Early Childhood Community Consultant:
I wanted to share more information about the feelingsfirst.ca social emotional development campaign. Social and emotional development starts early. From recognizing emotions to just talking and hugging, small things make a big difference. You can follow this incredible group and gain such amazing information by following their social media;
· Instagram: @feelingsfirst.ca here http://instagram.com/feelingsfirst.ca
· Facebook: @feelingsfirst.ca here https://www.facebook.com/feelingsfirst.ca
· Twitter: @feelingsfirst.ca here https://twitter.com/feelingsfirstca/
· YouTube: Feelings First here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHmEbd76aF4HjAVmzSb97TQ
· LinkedIn: Feelings First here https://www.linkedin.com/company/feelingsfirstca/
Check out the attachment for the New Neighbours Podcast facilitated by Burnaby Neighbourhood House and Immigration Canada. This is a new project focusing on community voices including newcomers who have stories and cultural knowledge, music, information, concerns or life lessons they would like to share – no experience required! If you have something you’d like to contribute, contact email@example.com or phone (604)-396-6955 and see how you can be a guest on the New Neighbours Podcast.
For More parenting information, children’s activities and self care ideas, make sure to check out The Parenting Place Blog below!
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A resource for families focusing on activities for children, parent education and self-care. Our goal is to help strengthen the parent child relationship & ensure children are nurtured, youth find optimism, adults feel empowered and parents make choices that build strong families.
Anita Olson (she/her) ECE, BA, MEd
Early Childhood Community Consultant
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