INSIDE: Jellyfish Suncatcher Craft is an adorable craft to do with your toddler or preschooler. Create a colourful jellyfish to display in your child’s bedroom window! It is an easy craft idea for home or school!
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Jellyfish Suncatcher Craft
Here’s what you’ll need to prepare before hand for toddlers and most preschoolers. If doing this with older kids you can have them set up their own jellyfish.
Grab a sheet of construction paper. Fold it in half and cut out the outline shape of the top of a jellyfish.
Grab your contact paper and tape it a square large enough to fit your jellyfish outline on to a surface with the paper backing side up. Peel off the paper backing and stick your jellyfish outline on the sticky paper.
Grab your colorful tissue paper and cut it into squares.
Time to Decorate your Jellyfish
Invite your little one take the tissue paper and cover the inside of the jellyfish outline. Once it is completely covered. Take another sheet of contact paper and cover the jellyfish. Cut off the extra contact paper.
Take some double sided tape and stick it on the back of the jellyfish. Stick colourful ribbon on the tape as tentacles.
Add large googley eyes. Display your jellyfish sun catchers on a window using a small piece of double sided tape.
This activity is good for kids 3 years and up. My kids are 3.5, 3.5, and 7 year old.
Supplies for Jellyfish Suncatcher Craft
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- Black construction paper
- Contact paper
- Tissue paper
- Double sided tape
- Colourful ribbon
- Large googley eyes
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