Marcus Pfister’s “The Rainbow Fish,” is a lesson on how sharing can make us feel good. The fish are drawn by starting a line for one side of the tail of the fish, extending the line and making an oval shape, then extending the line for a second side of the tail. A curved line finishes the tail. Fins are drawn at the top and bottom of the fish shape; a curved line is drawn inside the oval to make the fish head; an eye is drawn with a small solid circle inside a larger circle; draw lips and then scales. The directions for this project, “Rainbow Fish,” can be found in the 1st Grade Projects Gallery in the sidebar.
THE RAINBOW FISH
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