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Hungry Paper Plate Fish

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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Paper plates are cheap, versatile and great to make into lots of crafts. This hungry fish is a very simple but impactful craft for pre school children.

Time: 15 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
Paper plate
Scissors
Paint
Paintbrush (or fingers)
Glue
Scrap paper

Method
Cut a segment from the paper plate.



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Paint the fish any way you want. My toddler started with a paintbrush but soon decided that it would be more fun to use his hands and fingers.



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Once the paint is dry, glue the cut out segment onto the paper plate as a tail.



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Cut a circle of white paper and draw a black dot to make an eye and then stick it on the fish.
Glue scraps of paper onto the fish to give it extra decoration.

Categories
#Under 5s
#Easy
#Cheap
#Underwater
#Fish
#Paper Plate
#Paint
#Under The Sea
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