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Create your own puffy fish-with paper lunch bags! Paint and stuff a whole school of these delightful creatures.
What lives in the ocean, a pond, or river? Fish! Lots of them! Use your imagination to create these Baggy Fish to swim in pretend water.
Cover your art area with recycled newspaper. Paint a paper lunch bag with Crayola® Washable Kid's Paint. You may use a sponge or a Crayola So Big Brush. Add an eye so your fish can see. While the paint is still wet, lay a piece of yarn on your fish to make a mouth. The yarn will stick to the paint when it's dry.
On construction paper, paint a watery home for your fish. You might paint waves, seaweed, or other fish. Lay your fish and water scene flat to air dry.
Crumple newspaper. Stuff your fish with it.
Ask an adult to help you tie the open end with yarn. Fluff out the tail. Lay your fish on its watery home.
Let's make something!
Children find patterns on reptiles and fish, liken them to alphabet letters, and draw textured skin. What an ideal way t
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Turn a stiff recycled file folder into a flexible reptile. Crayola® Gel Markers create colorful skin on this sculpture!
There are thousands of species of beautifully colored plants and animals in the world’s oceans. Create your very own bri
Crayon penguins dive into a watercolor sea. They also hop, jump, slide, and swim. Make your own fascinating scene from t
Ever take a trip to a museum to see dinosaurs? Create your own thrilling dino museum exhibit!
Shock your friends and family! Craft an "electrifying" eel with Crayola Twistables® and a paper plate.
Are your fish getting tired of the same old thing? Dress up the outside of their fish tank with fun, colorful designs.
Create a vibrant paper version of a traditional craft from the Cuna Indians, who live on islands in the Caribbean.