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Fun and Colourful Parts of a Fish Activity Sheets

Have you ever been fishing? One of my kids LOVES to go fishing, so chances are good we will do that at some point this simmer. Whether you are a skilled angler or starting out, the parts of a fish are important to know. In school when studying science and life cycles, you might come across a fish related activity or learning unit. There’s so much to learn about animals, insects and fish and there are so many fun ways to make those lessons resonate with kids.

When I was in school, I did several life cycle assignments and ecosystem assignments involving collecting tadpoles and more. One year we did a whole pond ecosystem complete with small aquarium and whatever we had scooped up out of a creek nearby our apartment in Guelph Ontario. We had so much fun doing that science project in senior elementary school.

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What is in this Booklet?

Here’s what’s included in these fishy activity sheets for kids.

  1. Cover Sheet
  2. Build Your Own Colourful Fish Page
  3. Parts with Placeholder Bubbles for the colourful circles to be glued on.
  4. Cutouts for each of the parts.
  5. Colour and cut out scales, fin, tail, mouth and eye to decorate the build a fish page. Colour the scales and glue them on to the build your own fish page. Kids can personalize their artwork as they see fit. Have some glitter glue? Use it for the scales and make your own little Rainbow Fish.

Cute Fish Activity Sheets

Fish biology and fish facts are pretty simple to learn. Use this printable if your kids are remote learning, or home during the summer and bored. It is super simple to print and share. All you really need is glue and scissors plus a printer and printer paper of course.

How to Print

Just click on the link below and you can effortlessly download this file of fish information and facts. This project is clearly intended for a younger child. I’d estimate most kids around ages 4-8 would enjoy doing this. You know your child best but any older than that and they would probably give you side eye for suggesting this activity.

More Learning Tools

Remember to visit my free printables board if you need help looking for free activities for your kids to do. For a high quality print out of the life cycle content do not miss this downloadable Bee Life Cycle activity and you should be off to the races.

Products Needed: Don’t forget to order paper – HP Printer Paper and also be sure to use a good printer. This Epson Eco Tank Printer is amazing. It saves ink like nobody’s business.

Leave me a comment indicating what you need right now, then I can draft some of the content here and share with you. Have a great day!

Mom of two beautiful active girls, traveller, fitness junkie, social media consultant, and keeper of the sanity.

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