Can cows swim? Well, in this story they can... they just have to stick with it & use a whole bunch of problem solving strategies! . . Check out the window behind Jordan - starting tomorrow (Friday, July 31) if you can I-Spy all of the items listed, we'll have a popsicle for you! Just knock on the door & let us know you were successful.

Your challenge for this week: Use recycled materials to build a boat of your own! 

Don't forget to report it here. Feel free to share a photo or video of your completed project with us at

The Rainbow Fish (Craft)

(Marcus Pfister) 


What You'll Need:

  • A paper plate (or construction paper)

  • Tinfoil

  • Colouring materials (markers, crayons ... whatever!)

  • Glue

  • Googly eyes (optional) 


  1. Create your own rainbow fish, complete with shiny scales.

  2. Start with the body. If you're using a paper plate, encourage your child to use the scissors to cut out a mouth! Make sure to save that piece, as we will be using it later on for the tail. 

  3. If you're using paper instead, have your child search for something circular to trace in the house. Allow them to trace it and cut it out. This will likely be difficult for them (circles can be so hard to cut!) but encourage them to persevere. Tips: encourage them to keep their 'thumbs up' (both on the scissor hand and the holding hand) and rotate the paper as needed. Of course, ensure they're being safe with scissors. 

  4. Cut out or draw on the ordinary coloured scales. Have them name the colours they're using.

  5. Finally, select a special place for the special scale! Cut a small piece of tinfoil and have them glue it on.

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