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. :)
One of the best things about art is that even if your kid is not particularly artistic, is that it can make the kid well rounded when they dabble in some. One of the best ways to get your kid/s interested in art is to get them to dabble in some crafts. This is also another way to keep them busy during the holidays. You can make them learn about the world of pottery by letting them toy around with some clay to make some shapes and things.