Have you ever played with blowing soapy water with a straw and producing very pretty bubbles? In the manufacturing process, the tools and materials needed are very easy. But this time, we are going to make art where the bubbles from the soap can be displayed. The thing that makes this work more unique is that it will require cardstock in the form of a Disney icon. Why use the Disney icon? Because most children will be interested and excited to try to make this craft. First of all, prepare some different food coloring, some plastic cups filled with water, a straw, a liquid dish soap, card stock paper, a pair of scissors, and the Disney icon printout that you want. Here, the Disney icon used is the head of a Mickey Mouse.
Next, pour a few drops of food coloring with a different color into each cup filled with water. Then, pour a few drops of liquid dish soap, and stir until smooth. Make sure each cup is foamed so that when the soapy water is blown with a straw later, it can produce bubbles. Then, cut out the card stock paper according to the Disney icon printout earlier. After cutting it neatly, dip the straw into the soapy water and blow the soapy water towards the card stock paper. Make sure the distance is not too close so that the bubbles hit the card stock paper and can produce lots of bubbles. Repeat these steps with different colors. Then, after the paper is finished decorated with bubbles, dry the paper for about 10 minutes. Here it is, a craft from soap bubbles with the Disney icon. Very easy, right?
Disney is becoming a segment of the world's entertainment that is impossible for no one who does not know Disney. Surely you are familiar with famous films such as Mickey Mouse, Cinderella, Lion King, and many more. Well, these films are just a few examples of famous Disney films. Many people's favorite Disney films can still be included on many lists. However, did you know that there are some interesting facts about Disney films that few people are aware of behind these well-known films? Here are some unique facts about Disney movies that you may not know. First, the character "Mickey Mouse" is almost named "Mortimer". Walt Disney had suggested the name to his wife, Lillian. But his wife didn't think the name matched her cheerful personality. This is what makes Walt Disney finally decide on the name "Mickey Mouse". Next, Mickey and Minnie have the same birthday. Next, only two Disney Princesses have supernatural powers. Two princesses who have supernatural powers are Princess Rapunzel with her healing and glowing hair, and Princess Elsa with her cold power that can turn anything into ice. Last but not least, the beast character from the story "Beauty and the Beast" has animal-like features. A wolf's legs, a dog's tail, a bear's body, a buffalo's head, a gorilla's eyebrows, a wild boar's snout, and a lion's mane are claimed to have been used to create the "Beast" character.
In learning something, children need visual form as a supporting factor so that they can understand what they are learning. At the age where children still require guidance, using unique methods and requires practice, is a great way for children to learn. Understanding in recognizing objects is an example that can be used. When introducing an object to children, it is important to pay attention to the name and visual form of the object. For example, to know about what apples mean. Is apple fruit, is it edible, why the color outside is red, why the color outside is white, and many more. Parents can use this chance to introduce the form of bubble letters with the alphabet of the object to the children. In addition, this case uses the apple and the visual form of the apple itself. Furthermore, not only by using real fruit, parents can show apples in the form of printouts, paper, pictures, and even videos. This can also be applied to other items, perhaps such as knowing about color, size, shape, and much more. As a result, it should be highlighted that the more entertaining the method of teaching and understanding everything is, the more interested the children to engaging.