Underwater life re-created on a plate—and not to be eaten, of course! Involve your sea-detective kids with this fun paper plate activity and make your very own aquarium on a paper plate! Teach your curious little ones about life in the deep blue sea once they complete this paper plate craft aquarium activity.
This paper plate craft aquarium activity will:
- Teach your child about the underwater world
- Boost your child’s creativity and confidence
- Keep your child away from the TV and smartphone
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Materials You’ll Need:
- Paper Plates – 2
- Blue Paint
- Paint Brush
- Coloured Paper
- Black Sketch Pen
Instructions for Paper Plate Craft Aquarium:
- Paint a paper plate blue and leave it to dry
- Draw fish and aquatic plants on coloured sheets and cut them out.
- Give them an outline with black sketch.
- Apply glue on the plate and place the pebbles.
- Glue the plants and fish onto the plate.
- Cut the rim of another paper plate.
- Stick it like a frame
- Your very own paper plate aquarium is ready.
Don’t forget to feed the fish!
If your child enjoyed this activity, he/she is sure to love our Ocean Explorer box, filled with fun activities that will teach your little one about underwater life!
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