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The rainbow fish

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Make a weaving rainbow fish craft with the kids! So cute for an ocean theme. #oceancrafts #fishcrafts #rainbowcrafts #kidcrafts #diycrafts #creativecrafts #funcrafts #craftymorning

Make a weaving rainbow fish craft with the kids! So cute for an ocean theme. #oceancrafts #fishcrafts #rainbowcrafts #kidcrafts #diycrafts #creativecrafts #funcrafts #craftymorning

Squarehead Teachers: Rainbow Fish Activities (1)

The Children’s book, Rainbow Fish, by Marcus Pfister, has always had a special spot in my heart. From the time it was published in 1992, I have loved the illustrations, and especially the mor…

This rainbow fish craft is the perfect companion to the beloved book "The Rainbow Fish." It is so bright and colorful - kids love it!

This rainbow fish craft is the perfect companion to the beloved book "The Rainbow Fish." It is so bright and colorful - kids love it!

Your little ones will love turning old CDs into a hanging aquarium of sparkling fish that will catch the light in every part of the house.

Fish are good subjects for kids’ crafts as they are beautifully colored and come in many different shapes and sizes. Take a look at these fish crafts for kids, and explore the beauty of the aquatic world with your child while having fun. You can even give them as gifts or using them as keepsakes....Read More »

Every year I read The Rainbow Fish (if I'm teaching primary) and do a writing/art project.  They learn about being a good friend and sharing while I read the story and talk about it. Then we write sentences about what a good friend is and make a tear-art "rainbow fish" with a piece of foil for his shiny fin. My kids love the project and it's a great way to get them thinking and writing the first week back to school. :)

Every year I read The Rainbow Fish (if I'm teaching primary) and do a writing/art project. They learn about being a good friend and sharing while I read the story and talk about it. Then we write sentences about what a good friend is and make a tear-art "rainbow fish" with a piece of foil for his shiny fin. My kids love the project and it's a great way to get them thinking and writing the first week back to school. :)