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  • Isaura Galdames

    Fishing game All you need is a stick, some thread (or string/wool), a magnet, some paperclips and some peper for the fish. First of all you need to collect a good stick to use as a fishing pole. I used a craft knife to shave off all the nobbles! Tie your string to one end of the pole. At the other end of the pole you need to attach a bead with a magnet glued to it. Once you have cut out some fish shapes, punch a hole in the ‘nose’ and attach a paperclip – easy!

  • Sarah Brewer-Bigelow

    fun fishing game! Add sight words or addition/subtraction problems to one side!

  • Ami Hamlin

    SINGING TIME IDEA: Fishing game...paper version...with downloadable templates. This would be fun maybe made out of felt or fabric... (also use for KID FUN when we don't know what to do, we can go fishing for ideas... like make cookies, or talk a walk, etc.)

  • Carol Colvin

    Singing time idea: Fishing game with downloadable templates

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