The Bubble Picnic is an open house at the center where they have sensory stations setup for the kids to use. A lot of them focus on bubbles because bubbles are fun, cheap, and easy to clean. On top of bubbles they have lots of other stations inside and out focusing on some developmental or sensory concept.
We got a late start on the day and didn’t get to the picnic until 12:00; one hour before closing. One hour was just enough time to get it all done. The first thing we did was to play with the bubble wands and making some big bubbles. Alyce would chase after and pop them while Luke would reach out for them as we held them on the bubble wands. After the bubbles Alyce and I took some egg beaters to a big tub of soapy water churning up even more bubbles.
Next we went inside for some crafts and to play on the kids play equipment. While Alyce was busy making a sun catcher with our Parent Educator Ms. Cathy Luke was focused on running beads along wire paths. After both of those Alyce and Luke played on the kids playground. The indoor squishy blocks are a perfect environment for Luke. They provide just enough obstacle to keep his attention on climbing but with everything being squishy there is no penalty for failure if the falls off something. Alyce and Luke both seemed to enjoy the tunnel and slide the most.
After a few more crafts it was time to leave but before we left Alyce wanted to go down the big twisty slide a few times so we headed back outside for a few turns on the slide. About that time both kids were running empty on food and were starting to show.
The Bubble Picnic is always a blast and when the weather cooperates it is even more fun.