Kindergarten Bubble Print Fish
I think this will now be my go-to scissor skills lesson for kindergarten! I love that we used a variety of techniques and that the kids were so proud of their work. I wouldn't recommend doing this lesson early in the year because scissor skills like this can be overwhelming for them, but it really works well mid to late year.
I had done bubble printing before, but hadn't extended it beyond printing multiple colors on one paper. This year I wanted to do more. We printed blue and light blue on white paper and the printed red on orange. The cutting and finishing touches took longer than I had anticipated. We did the sand and grasses on one day (practicing drawing wavy lines). On another day, we cut and glued the fish and used oil pastels for the details. My kindergartners LOVE oil pastels. They think of them as really special soft crayons. It's adorable when they get so excited about art materials.
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I am an ninth year art teacher with degrees in Art Education from Flagler College and the University of Florida, living and working in northern Florida. Each week, I teach over six hundred students in grades kindergarten through fifth. Here you will find what we are learning virtually and in the art classroom!