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Please join Kristine, Ginny, and Mimi in singing “Grow Your Little Roots!”

What the Teaching Artists Are Up To

Kristine: My family has been reading alot of stories and sewing creative friends. Our current favorite book is: Lucky Pennies and Hot Chocolate by Carol Diggory Shields. We’ve also just discovered the AllTrails app!

Mo: I’ve been busy chop chop chippity chopping in my kitchen making soups! I’m also trying new instruments like the upright bass and the drums and listening to lots of records and music online, while my cat Barb sleeps on me.

Sorcha: It’s been all music and learning online teaching/ performing tools over here! AND I hopped on my bike for its first spin of the year. Pumped up the tires and took a solo trail ride in the woods near my home. I came back with cold fingers and a smile on my face…the fresh air and sun do wonders for calming a busy mind…

Jen: I’ve been playing music at home with my family! We just had a fun time playing Irish Jigs for St. Patrick’s Day. (Listen Here)

317’s Singing Bubble Recipe

2 cups warm water
1/2 cup dish soap (blue Dawn is best)
1/4 cup light corn syrup or sugar
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Gently stir the ingredients together.
Bubbles are strongest if left overnight, but it will work well right away, too.
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If you don’t have any wands on hand, you can use chenille sticks or floral wire to make your own.
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Search the kitchen and recycling bin for tools and containers with holes- items like slotted spoons and plastic raspberry containers can create cool bubble clusters.
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For giant bubbles, tie about 18in. of string into a big loop. Make a rectangle with the string using your thumbs and pointer fingers. Dip into a wide container of bubble solution and rapidly lift- voila!
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We love to see cute pictures and video of bubble fun and the Bubble Popping Song! Share with us via Instagram or Facebook @317main!