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AQUARIUM IN A BAG [From: Oceans/Lakes/Water]
Written by: Liz Whiting [Liz is an art educator from ViaKids]

Age:

2-5 years

Activity Summary:

Little ones will make a crafty aquarium in a zip bag. This is a great sensory experience.

What You Need:

•ZipLoc ® bags
•blue hair gel (or clear gel with blue food coloring)
•duct tape
•gummy fish or fish stickers

What You Do:

  • Put gel into the bag until it is half full.
  • Add the fish.
  • Seal the bag (add tape for added security).
  • Children can squish and squeeze the bag as they watch the fish "swim" and dance.

Recommended Products:

Sealife Circle Plate Craft Kit (makes 12)
Sealife Circle Plate Craft Kit (makes 12)
Make a mini aquarium! Includes 9" paper plates, foam pieces (fish, crab, starfish, dolphin and octopus), chenille stems, tissue paper in 5 colors, brushes, glaze, tablecloth and instructions. Magnet for hanging.


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