Have your kids been introduced to the classic Dr. Seuss book One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish? The beloved children’s story is a great pick for budding readers, thanks to its fun rhymes and bright colours. If you’re looking for a way to keep kids occupied for an afternoon, we suggest settling in with this book and then working on a quick and easy craft project to go along with the fishy tale.
Whether they prefer red, blue, purple or orange, kids will have a blast making a brightly coloured fish of their very own thanks to this great craft idea from Sarah of Paper Crafts for Children. Not only is it a great way to recycle old toilet paper and paper towel tubes, but it will also help kids use their imagination and provide an added visual element for your next Dr. Seuss story time.
What you’ll need:
• Toilet paper roll
• Crepe paper
• Cardboard/construction paper
You’ll find the full instructions for this craft over at Paper Crafts for Children. If you’re feeling really adventurous, add some stickers and glitter to the mix for a true fish masterpiece. And when snack time rolls around, keep the fish theme going with these yummy homemade goldfish crackers.
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