Posts Tagged ‘fish activity’

These fish really pop

Photo of partially finished fish

There’s something about making a craft three-dimensional. It just makes things more fun. Try out this three-dimensional fish craft — it really pops! You’ll need: Colored paper Scissors Glue stick Marker Cut your 8.5×11-inch sheet of paper in half the short way. Fold in half the long way and cut three-quarters of an oval, making…

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Shake, wiggle and flop! Create a moving fish

Photo of floppy fish

Shake, wiggle and flop. These floppy fish are simple and a lot of fun for kids to make! You’ll just need a few supplies: Two pieces of colored paper Scissors Gluestick Markers Begin with the sheet of paper that you want to be the main color of your fish. Fold one corner in to the…

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It’s a fish-eat-fish world! Clothespin craft instructions here!

Photo of a fish eating fish on a clothespin

It’s a fish-eat-fish world out there. OK, I know that’s not how the saying goes, but I think it applies in an area where lakes are the main attraction. Think about what’s going on beneath the surface of our lakes when we’re out boating, waterskiing and paddleboarding. Our fish are living the everyday lives, swimming…

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Fold a simple origami fish

Photo of origami fish being folded

Origami is one of those crafts that you just feel accomplished when it’s completed. It’s a skill that you can share and show off, and this origami fish is a simple design that even children can do. (Fold a leaping origami frog.) First, take a square sheet of paper — whether it’s origami paper or…

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