Fish from Shapes
September 27th, 2011 by Craftylocks

I initially thought that this is a good one mainly for younger children as it is easy for them to do and is also a great way to learn about some basic shapes. They can make a fish with the prepared shapes or cut out some of their own shapes. However our older children had a go and created some fantastic fish out of all sorts of shapes, and none of them were what I was expecting, they were far more exciting! It is sometimes worth while to try things with different ages and see what happens!

Cut out lots of different shapes of paper.
Arrange them until the fish you want swims into shape.
Glue your fishy shapes down.
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dawnie jensen writes:
October 6th, 2011 at 3:36 am

so cute and colurful – perfect for teaching shapes – “we want Halloween decorations” – love the spider – we are ready to start decorating – zombies are the theme – we want to creep the neighbourhood out this year – just a bit –

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