What yeast strain is in that kit? Anyone know? I imagine they're trying to emulate Corona, so it might be a lager strain. Lager strains are more notorious for those tiny bubbles, because it's a bottom-fermenting yeast...the lager strains clump together more easily, and fall towards the bottom, where they do the bulk of the fermenting, then offgas CO2, which is what the bubbles are. With ale yeasts, they tend to "top-ferment", so you see a more roiling, turbulent fermentation. They're still offgassing Co2, it's just not as prim and proper as the bottom-fermenting lager strains. In any case, this is an obvious sign that it's still fermenting. Don't touch it until you stop seeing activity---and then, take gravity readings several days apart and see if there is any change in gravity. If not, then you can bottle.
EDIT: I see your picture now. I've had ales that did that kind of thing...and you'll see a gravity drop over the course of like 2 or 3 weeks. Not much you can do right now, just let it go until the bubbles stop...then see above.