Dream Bubbles Game
Dream Bubbles Activity. Can you guess the dreams (motivation) or dreamers of these common objects?

Dream Bubbles

A student draw's the bee's dream as honey, and a flower's dream of having a friend
Here’s an example of of how one student imagined their dream bubbles. This is one page of four.

A fun and easy game for a younger audience

Here is a popular activity that was part of our original book, but we ran out of room to include it in the final edition. The Dream Bubbles (or thought bubbles) activity teaches kids how to visualize a dream, idea or goal. This activity will also give children an understanding of how passion motivates actions; and, therefore, a better ability to sympathize with others, even if their motivation (dream) isn’t apparent.

Ages and audience

This activity is designed for Pre-K and older. And, as always, we believe adults will learn something about themselves as well as their children. Parents and teachers alike may find this activity useful. We believe it’s also the perfect activity for homeschool pods.

Free for a limited time

We know it’s a challenging time. So, we made this activity to help you pass the time at home. In the future, this activity will cost $1.00. All proceeds help fund our projects. We don’t take salaries. Download the PDF below.

Update: Now, for only $1, you can get all our worksheets in one easy-to-download combo pack. Your purchase helps support our work.

Instructions

The Dream Bubbles game is super easy to play — there are no wrong answers.

Kids will be asked to draw the dream of various objects, like a bee, whose dream might be a flower or honey. The four pages get progressively more difficult. On the last page, children are asked to draw a picture of themselves and their own dream, which will make a nice keepsake.

On the first page, you will be challenged to draw or write the dreams of the different dreamers. On the second page, you will be asked to draw the dream or dreamer, whichever is missing. On the third page, you can make up both the dream and dreamers. Finally and most importantly, on the last page, you get to draw your own dream.

Play with a friend

If you play along with a friend or family member, you’ll be surprised at the different answers you will each find. Try it without peeking at your friend’s answers.

Discussion (group share)

We believe is an important aspect of any game or activity. It gives us a chance to improve our skill and understanding of others.

Dream thought bubbles
A close up the Dream Bubbles activity. Can you draw a dream for each of these things?

Download the PDF below

You’ll get a high-res PDF suitable for printing nice 8.5 x 11″ pages. You will get both color (if available) and black and white versions, which makes printing affordable without wasting a lot of ink. The Dream Bubbles Activity PDF comes with 4 pages with brief instructions. Thanks. We hope you have fun dreaming, mapping and playing.

Update: Now, for only $1, you can get all our worksheets in one easy-to-download combo pack. Your purchase helps support our work.

Click here to download your FREE Dream Bubbles Game.

Thank you! Enjoy and let us know if you have questions or suggestions and — of course — send us pictures or quotes of your dreams!

A bucket with the word "Dreams" inside pictured here on a wooden table with a copper pen.

Bucket List Notepad

New low price. Only $3.50.

This fun notepad is a fun size, which makes it easy to complete. You can pin it on your dream board, hang it on the refrigerator, or stick it to the bathroom mirror. You can even use it as a to-do list, because those are mini dreams, too. These make fun handouts for all your friends. More info

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