This craft is so easy and so fun! I hope you and your little ones love it as much as we do.
There's not many steps or supplies for this craft, which makes it one of my go-to's on rainy days or if I'm looking for something fun to do when we have play dates.
On the outside of the plastic bag draw your under water objects with black permenant marker. Some fun ideas: jelly fish, seashells, fish, coral, hidden treasure, or a shipwreck!
I found the permenant markers worked best for coloring the objects. Regular markers and dry erase markers smudge off very easy.
To make the flashlight you will use the white construction paper. I drew the outline of the yellow circle first, and based the size of the flashlight off of that. You/your kids can get creative with the handles! I'd love to see some with funky patterns, stickers, pipe cleaners and whatever else you can think of to make them unique!
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You can also try this craft with different themes! To make a Space Seek and Find draw planets, stars, aliens as astriods on the outside of the bag instead.
Supplies: - sandwich/freezer bag - black and white construction paper - permenant markers - scissors
1) with a black permenant marker draw your under water objects! (Fish, treasure, shipwreck, coral, submarine, etc)
2) colour in your objects with bright colours
3) cut black construction paper down to fit in plastic bag
4) draw a flashlight onto white construction paper, decorate and cut it out
I hope you and your kid(s) really enjoyed this craft and I can't wait to see what you come up with!