Hello crafty friends! Did you see my fish segment on Fox 9 yesterday? Here is the link if you would like to watch it... http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/story/22957320/summer-catch-fishy-art-projects
I got 2 emails yesterday asking me where my skirt was from... Talbots! The darling little floating fish I showed are from Lakeshore. Find them here... http://www.lakeshorelearning.com/product/productDet.jsp?productItemID=1%2C689%2C949%2C371%2C917%2C809&ASSORTMENT%3C%3East_id=1408474395181113&bmUID=1375163362759
I absolutely love today's project. When I taught 3rd grade years ago, we used to make something like this. You will need painter's plastic from Home Depot. A small roll is around $5. Decide how big you want your fish to be. Cut out 2 pieces of the plastic. Draw your fish with a jumbo black sharpie. When it has dried, trace it so you have the black lines on each piece of your plastic.
Tape the 2 pieces together using double stick tape or glue dots. Leave a hole to stuff your fish with tissue paper.
Crumple up pieces of tissue paper and stuff them inside your fish.
Add a string and hang it!