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Make a weaving rainbow fish craft with the kids! So cute for an ocean theme Make a weaving rainbow fish craft with the kids! So cute for an ocean theme Easy Crafts For Kids, Toddler Crafts, Projects For Kids, Fun Crafts, Craft Projects, Craft Ideas, Paper Craft For Kids, Arts And Crafts For Kids For Summer, Summer Kid Crafts

Weaving Rainbow Fish (Kids Craft) - Crafty Morning

Make this unique weaving rainbow fish with your kiddos! All you really need is paper and glue! The kids could really choose any colors they would like though. Supplies Needed: Rainbow colored paper Googly eye (or make one out of paper) White or black card stock paper Scissors/glue Start by cutting strips of the colored […]

Plate Fish Craft - Rainbow Paper Circles Colorful and fun paper plate fish craft! A great activity for an ocean unit!Colorful and fun paper plate fish craft! A great activity for an ocean unit! Craft Activities, Preschool Crafts, Fun Crafts, Painting Activities, Decor Crafts, Fish Crafts Kids, Rainbow Fish Activities, Rainbow Fish Crafts, Colorful Crafts

Paper Plate Fish Craft - Rainbow Paper Circles - Easy Peasy and Fun

We have a wonderful paper plate fish craft in all the colors of the rainbow to share with you today. Well almost all colors. This is such a fun craft to make as the paper circles used look almost like real fish scales… In a cartoony way. *This post contains affiliate links* I was a […]

Tippytoe Crafts: One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish (bubble wrap painted fishes) Painting For Kids, Art For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Arts And Crafts, Dot Painting, Red Fish Blue Fish, One Fish Two Fish, Fish Fish, Sea Crafts

Tippytoe Crafts

We started our Dr. Seuss unit today! Each day we will do a craft to go along with one of his books. So today we did a fish craft, even though One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish is really only about fish at the beginning. Oh well! We did bubble wrap painting, which is an oldie but a goodie, right? So the kids first painted bubble wrap, then gently pressed it onto a white piece of paper, then peeled it off. When it was dry, I took a fish template I had and traced it onto the paper and cut…