There are 2 main ways of putting a child inside of a bubble. Here are the pro’s and con’s of both options and some kid-in-a-bubble moat and hoops and kits I would recommend.
Method 1 – Hoop & Moat
Putting people inside a bubble couldn’t be easier these days with some great moat and hoops on the market. You simply fill the moat with giant bubble juice, and dip the wand and lift over the child or person creating a bubble tube around them.
You can make domes, doughnuts, big bubbles, blow bubbles inside bubbles and so much more bubbly fun with these kits, see our video below for some inspiration.
- 1 person operative
- Easy to use
- No skills needed
- Once set up its not very portable
- Cannot put children in wheelchairs, pushchairs or adults in chairs inside a bubble like you can with the wands (see below)
Method 2 – Over the Head Rope Wands – Suitable for Wheelchairs
- Very portable
- Can put children and adults in wheelchairs, pushchairs or chairs inside a bubble
- Brings people together to work as a team to use
- Needs 2 people to operate
- Requires a little more skill to use than the moat