Simple fish craft for kids – Summer fun!

Recently updated on October 7th, 2023 at 04:22 pm

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We all love the sun and the warmth of summer, but that doesn’t mean we’re committed to spending every hour outdoors. It’s actually quite pleasant to spend some time in the shade, engaging in arts and crafts activities. Today, I’ll introduce you to a simple fish craft, perfect for kids and preschoolers.

This fish puppet is incredibly easy to create, and I’m certain every child will absolutely enjoy making it.

The greatest feature of this fish craft for kids is its repeatability. Once you show your child how to make it once, they’ll be able to create many more independently.

This is undeniably a fantastic idea for parents seeking ways for their children to entertain themselves for about 30 minutes, without any interruptions.

So, without further ado, let’s dive straight into creating our fun and simple fish craft for kids.

FYI: My 5 year old daughter made the fish in the image below

fun fish craft for kids

Fish craft for kids

The best thing about this fish puppet is that you do not need to buy any special materials.

Here’s what you will need :

Watch the video below on how to make this easy fish puppet

How to make an easy fish craft for kids

  1. Trace your hands into a piece of paper

2. Cut the outline

3. Color or decorate it any way you like and add some googley eyes

fish craft

You can also be a bit more creative and try the fish craft below

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Parven founded Kids N Clicks after obtaining her MSc in Corporate Governance from the London School of Economics. She worked as a business studies and digital marketing lecturer. Internet Matters recognizes her profound knowledge of online safety, dubbing her an Internet safety expert. At Kids N Clicks, Parven keeps abreast of the newest apps. Drawing from her teaching background, she fervently promotes screen-free activities for students and encourages introspective thinking through journaling, games and writing prompts.

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