This fun bottle cap fish craft is fun to make in the summer, when learning about the ocean or when reviewing shapes or colors. The fish are made from bottle caps and foam. After adding painted fish bubbles, tissue paper seaweed and paper ocean creatures, you have a pretty underwater scene!
Cut out the lowercase letters D, Y, R, X, V, N, O, C and U, then paste them next to the matching uppercase letters.
Cut and paste the fish with the correct letter in the blank spots.
If you want a nice easy summer craft that you can do with very young children, this paper plate fish is a great one. Our 2 year old daughter had a fun time painting this one and helping us put it together. Slightly older kids can do the cutting and gluing as well.
If dad or grandpa would rather be fishing, this fishing rod craft is the perfect gift for father's day. A cardboard fishing pole that has caught some decorated paper fish is a great way to tell dad that he is a "great catch".
We really liked this fish craft and it was perfect for summertime. The contact paper is the key to making this craft "toddler friendly" - no messy glue to contend with and it's easy for them to add the tissue paper all by themselves. The tissue paper makes the craft fun for small kids and the project has a great stained glass effect in the sunlight.