Gone Fishing

by Nick Pan

Fishing has a long and global tradition. Teach your child the importance of fishing and the pleasure it has brought to plenty of people!

Skill Level: Easy

Suitable For: 3 - 4 years old

Estimated Time: < 15 mins

Environment: Indoors

Gone Fishing

Learning Framework

  • Physical - None

  • Intellectual - Natural and built environment, time and events, inventions and technology, observing

  • Emotional - Perseverance, inventiveness, engagement

  • Social - None

Materials

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Step 1

Draw a fish on a piece of paper and colour it.

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Step 3

Attach a paper clip onto the fish.

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Step 5

Knot a piece of string and cut a slit into a straw.

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Step 7

On the other end, stick a piece of magnet onto the string to create a fishing rod.

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  • Assorted Colours Paper

  • Straw

  • Marker Pen

  • Crayons

  • Clear Tape

  • String

  • Paper Clips

  • Scissors

  • Magnet

Step 2

Cut out the fish.

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Step 4

Repeat Steps 2 to 4 to create more fishes.

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Step 6

Loop the string round the straw and tuck it into the slit to secure it.

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Step 8

Challenge your child to a game of fishing!

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