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Dr. Seuss 'One fish, two fish' Paper Fish Bowl Craft

Inspire your little artists by first reading this classic Dr. Seuss book and then let them loose to create this project. This is a guide about Dr. Seuss "One fish, two fish" paper fish bowl craft.


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February 19, 2017

A popular theme in the early grades is Dr. Seuss. There are numerous books, activities, and games that can be incorporated into the classroom all year. "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish" was definitely a favorite with my pre-K students. To accompany the story, we made paper fish bowls. The craft is simple and fun, perfect for younger kids.

Total Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 1 fish bowl


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  1. Draw and cut out the fish bowl. Use a crayon or colored pencil to add blue water to the white bowl.
  2. Add the glitter glue to the bottom of the fish bowl to serve as sand.
  3. Add any stickers, like fish and seashells. I also used confetti in the sand glitter to serve as shiny baubles.
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