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Red Fish, Blue Fish

by diana (follow)
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One fish, Two fish, red fish, blue fish... a fun Dr.Suess party decoration or craft activity.



Time: 1 hour
Age: 5-10's
Level: Medium

Materials
Cardboard
Watercolour paints
Salt
Scissors
Stick
Twine or string

Method
Sketch out fish onto cardboard.



Using low tack tape or scraps of paper, make patterns across the fish.



Using red watercolour paint, colour the fish body and sprinkle with salt whilst still wet.



Paint the remainder of the fish in blue.



Leave to dry, shake off salt then cut out fish.



Make hole in mouth and weave through string. Attach to stick and enjoy.




Categories
#Under The Sea
#Dr Suess
#Fish
#Painting
# 5 to 10s
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