Under the Sea Project for Kindergarten

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Using a clear jar, construction paper and Epsom salts, kids can create an awesome under the sea project. Find out about an under the sea project for kindergarten with help from a former family case worker for CPS in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Christina, and this is an under the sea kindergarten project. Using a clear jar, construction paper and Epsom salts, kids can create an awesome under the sea project. For this we'll be using a clear jar, Epsom salts, construction paper, fish cutouts, markers and glue. For this project the kids can just use their imagination, drawing fish, gluing fish, creating whatever under the sea scene they'd like to create. We're going to start with paper that fits the height and internal circumference of the jar. Let your children use their imagination in their under the sea world. They can draw faces on the fish once they;re glued on. They can even draw bubbles. Once their paper is all finished, roll it and then we're going to gently place it in the jar. I find it helpful to roll the paper tighter than it needs to be so that you can wiggle it down in to the Epsom salts so that the salts come over the paper and then using your hand you can just spread it out a little bit. Using just a few craft items you can teach your kindergartners about the under sea world. Thanks for watching.

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