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Bubble Water Table Sensory Play

This Bubble Water Table for kids is such a fun summer sensory play idea! This is one of the best water table activities for toddler and preschool kiddos!

a child holding a scoop of bubbles.

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bubble bath sitting on a water table.

If you've never made bubbles in your water table before, you have to give it a try!

Hazel played for hours and didn't want to stop when it was time to go inside. This was a definite win for us, and hope it is for you too!

This sensory activity is super simple and only takes minutes to prep. The first day we used our water table, then when we had a playdate a couple days later, we used our kiddie pool and made a giant bubble bath.

You can also use a plastic tub, or whatever you have at home to do this activity. It's such a fun way for water play when it's hot outside.

Don't mind our dead grass, we are going through a major drought here in Minnesota right now. I've decided instead of watering, we'll conserve what we can, in case it gets worse.

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Helpful tips:

  • We've also done this with a small kiddie pool or you can use a large plastic tub.
  • If the bubbles start to disappear, add more water and more soap if needed.

bubbles in a water table.

More sensory activities you may like:

Bubble themed books to pair with this activity:

a child playing with bubbles in a water table.

I hope you enjoy this as much as our family did!

Bubble Water Table Sensory Play

Author: Sweet Hazel Honey


  • water table
  • bubble bath
  • water
  • water toys (cups, scoops, etc.)


  1. Place soap in water table. 
  2. Add water with a hose until full. (make sure to use a hose to produce the best bubbles)
  3. Add toys and it's time to play!
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