Jellyfish Sun Catcher Craft
What you’ll need to make the jellyfish suncatcher craft:< ul>
Tissue paper (we used two shades of blue and white)
Black permanent marker
Narrow ribbon that seems “sea-like”
Jellyfish Sun Catcher Craft Directions
- Cut the tissue paper into squares before starting this activity. I found it was easiest to fold the tissue paper into eighths and then trim the folded edges. Then, I just cut the wad of paper into strips and cut the strips into squares.
- Each laminating sheet makes about three or four jellyfish, so you can use one sheet for every 3-4 kids.
- Show the kids how to arrange the paper squares into a thin layer on the laminating pocket.
When the kids are done arranging their papers, run the sheet through the laminating machine. Since the pockets have a sort of adhesive on both sides, it should hold together unless the kids have made the paper layers too thick.
- When the sheets have cooled, draw a jellyfish onto the paper.
Cut out the jellyfish.
- Cut strips of ribbon. Tape the ribbon strips to the bottom of each jellyfish to make tentacles.
- Tape the jellyfish to a window that gets a lot of sun and admire!