~Thank you to Little Kids for providing a PAW Patrol Action Bubble Blower for review. As always, opinions are still 100% my own. This post contains affiliate links, in which I will receive commission on your purchase.~
What is outdoor summer fun without bubbles? My kids absolutely LOVE bubbles and could go through a whole bottle in one day. And I’m not talking about spilling the bottle, although the little one is good at that. It’s even fun for me to see the enjoyment in their faces when playing with bubbles.
But let’s be honest, bubble fun can get pretty messy and smaller kids typically have a harder time blowing bubbles themselves. That’s what makes the PAW Patrol Action Bubble Blower from Little Kids perfect for my two kiddos. Minimal spill, minimal mess, no trouble blowing bubbles, and no bubble wands in the mouth!
Little Kids recently sent us a Marshall Action Bubble Blower to play with and the kids love it, as do I. It’s so easy to use, even for my one year old daughter. After set-up (adding a few batteries and bubble liquid to the reservoir) it’s as simple as pulling Marshall’s head back and watching the bubbles flow from his mouth. He’s barking bubbles!
And boy do they flow! It’s a constant stream of bubble fun. I really love the Marshall Action Bubble Blower, especially for my littlest one because she always has a hard time blowing bubbles with a wand.
She either blows too hard, doesn’t blow hard enough, puts her mouth on the wand or the wand in her mouth, and at some point spills the whole bottle of bubble liquid. It’s truly a waste of money to give her a bottle of bubbles with a wand.
Our Marshall Action Bubble Blower takes most of the mess and all of the bubble blowing skills out of the equation so she can join in on the bubble blowing fun. She hasn’t quite learned the concept of turning Marshall around so that the bubbles don’t blow directly in her face, but she’ll figure it out eventually. I think she likes the bubbles in her face to be honest, haha.
My son sometimes has the same bubble woes as my daughter, but since he’s a little older he understands the basic skills needed for blowing bubbles with a wand and understands not to spill the bubble liquid. But he’d still rather have fun with Marshall. He loves to run around with Marshall in the air barking bubbles and when he stops to look back, there’s a massive stream of bubbles behind him to go back and pop.
As for the sticky bubble mess, Marshall needs to stay in an upright position. Both of my kids would tilt him forward or backward at times, and when tilted sometimes the bubble liquid spills out of the mouth. So there’s still a little mess, but compared to my daughter dumping out a whole bottle of bubbles or even my son spilling bubbles when dipping a wand, I’ll take this any day. I just needed to wipe their hands a little when they were done playing and also wipe off Marshall before putting him away.
Aside from the sheer fact that the Marshall Action Bubble Blower is fun and easy to use, another pro is that the PAW Patrol character is one my kids are familiar with. They both love watching PAW Patrol.
Little Kids also has a Chase Action Bubble Blower and to get his bubbles flowing, simply push the medallion on his collar. Still easy to use and tons of bubble fun!
We took Marshall to the local park on this particular day and even the other kids joined in on the bubble popping fun! I’m sure the other parents are mad at me for bringing Marshall along because now every kid at the park that day wants one. But summer is all about having fun and bubbles are classic fun!
Plus, these bubbles toys are ones that will last and won’t get lost. I can’t even begin to count the number of bubble wands my kids have lost over the past few years. And they really aren’t that expensive either. The Marshall Action Bubble Blower is just $14.99 on Amazon, and Chase is even cheaper than that at $11.27 (don’t forget Amazon prices change all the time)!
Does your family love playing with bubbles?