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This 1 fish 2 fish red fish blue fish craft was one of my favorite activities to make with my students when I taught kindergarten. Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2 is National Read Across America Day. Every year on March 2nd I would gather all of my Dr. Seuss books for the kids to read and we would celebrate this amazing author with a ton of Dr. Seuss activities. I would often invite parents into the classroom to help and this craft was one of the stations that they would help me with.
I have made a few red fish blue fish crafts in the past, but I keep coming back to this one because the kids love it. Its a simple craft that is easy to make in a short time. You can make this work for your toddler and preschooler by cutting out the one fish two fish red fish blue fish template yourself. The little ones love to paint the fish and add the finishing touches like the googly eyes.
1 Fish 2 Fish Red Fish Blue Fish Craft
Watercolor paints & brush
A small dish of water
white muffin papers
12×12 piece of blue card stock
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This craft is inspired by the Dr.Seuss 1 fish, 2 fish book. So, there should be 5 fish total:
Watercolor paint the muffin papers and set aside to dry.
Draw a basic fish bowl shape on the card stock. Cut out.
Glue the dried muffin papers onto the card stock in order of the 1 fish, 2 fish, red fish, blue fish!
Embellish them by adding a tail and fin. Glue the googly eyes on , add a smile and how cute is this?!
For more Dr. Seuss fun be sure to check out these fun Dr. Seuss Quotes!
I would love to hear about any 1 fish 2 fish red fish blue fish activities you may have done in the past. Please let us know about them in the comments below!