Baby Shark is back and ready for a big show! If you’re looking to celebrate the new season, these DIY bath bombs are perfect for your little one.
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The cast of Baby Shark’s Big Show, Nickelodeon’s popular preschool series, has landed at Carnivore Cove for the brand-new DVD release of Baby Shark’s Big Show!
Preschoolers and their families will have a blast dressing up as superheroes, confronting their fears, making a wish on a shooting starfish, and much more.
Original catchy songs and four extra shorts are included on the DVD, including:
Episodes of Baby Shark’s Big Show
- Forever Friendship of Fish
- Tooth of a Baby
- Slobber Slug is a kind of slug.
- Shark Superpowers
- Wild vs. William
- Loot of Legend
- Yup Day
- When You Make a Fish Wish
- a smidgeon of a clue
- The Bunny Slug is a slug that looks like a bunn
- Cool Quest is an operation that takes place in the United States.
- There isn’t enough time for timeouts.
Make Your Own Bath Bombs for Baby Sharks
I’ve joined up with Nickelodeon to offer a fun DIY to attempt at home in celebration of the DVD release. Bath time will be a blast with these DIY Baby Shark bath bombs that you and your kids can create together!
Simply get a few basic items from your local supermarket and bring your favorite Baby Shark characters to life. You can even create these bath bombs ahead of time and display them with printable wrappers featuring Baby Shark, Mommy Shark, and Daddy Shark!
- In a large mixing basin, combine the baking soda, corn starch, and Epsom salts and whisk to combine. (Don’t forget to leave out the citric acid.)
- Combine the liquid coconut oil and water in a small glass and mix well.
- Fill the dry ingredients with the liquid mixture. Mix everything together well, breaking up any clumps.
- Last but not least, add the citric acid to the mix. Mix well until the mixture resembles wet sand.
- For the white bottom half of each character, keep half of the mixture in the original basin. Divide the remaining half of the mixture into three bowls and color one yellow, one pink, and one blue.
- Fill half of a tiny mold with the yellow ingredients and compress tightly for Baby Shark. Fill the remaining half of the tiny mold with the white mixture and firmly compact it. Then, keeping the pieces in place for a few seconds, join the two sides of the mold to create a spherical.
- Shake the mold slightly to release the mixture while still keeping the pieces firmly together. Remove each part of the mold with care and set the bath bomb sphere on parchment paper to dry.
- For Daddy Shark and Mommy Shark, repeat the procedure using a medium mold for both the blue and pink mixtures.
- Allow the bath bomb spheres to cure for at least 24 hours or until fully hard.
- Print and cut out the Baby Shark holding templates. Make a ring by joining the ends with tape. In the character’s body, place the appropriate bath bomb.
- When you’re ready to use the bath bomb, just place it in warm water and watch it dissolve!
If the bath bomb mixture is too dry to maintain the form of a sphere when removed from the mold, return it to the appropriate bowls and add an extra tsp. of coconut oil.
The DVD of Baby Shark’s Big Show is now available for purchase.