To make the fish take a milk cap and cut a triangle shape from cardstock paper. Start by gluing the triangle down on a blue sheet of paper. Squeeze some school glue onto one of your paper plates.
Then glue the cap down overlapping the triangle to make the fish shape.
Finish them by gluing on a wiggly eye.
To make the scales on our fish, use Glitter Glue. Make scales on the bottle cap and also lines to define the tail fin. The variety of colors made this extra fun for the kids. Use a black marker to draw a mouth on your fish.
To make the bubbles, dip the end of a paper straw in white paint and then pressed it onto your paper. Every time we dipped the straw in the paint we had to turn it up and blow into the straw to pop the bubble if there was one. If you don’t blow the bubble out, you will just get a solid circle.
Now enjoy your fishy scene, adding more detail to your scene by crunching up little strips of green tissue paper and glue them to the bottom of your paper to make water plants.