Jellyfish Light Ocean Crafts


Jellyfish Light Ocean Crafts

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Jellyfish Light Ocean Crafts

When you need to light up your summer nights, you might as well do it with beach themed crafts. Jellyfish Light Ocean Crafts are the perfect summer craft ideas to brighten up your day and night. These easy crafts for kids are not only fun to make, but they're also fun to display. Hang them in your room as a tropical night light or use them in the family room to create a beach house feel. Sea animal crafts are perfect for the hot months of summer when you're frequenting the beach and enjoying their presence in the deep blue water. Art projects for kids that remind you of paradise are sure to put a smile on your face no matter the season.

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaper Crafts, Plastic, Mixed Media/Miscellaneous

Age GroupPreschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School

Here are some fun science facts for kids about jellyfish. These ocean squirmers are made up of 90% water and are nearly see through. Some jellyfish species are invisible to the human eye because they are so transparent. You might have guessed that since these jellies are see through there isn’t much going on inside. They have no brain, blood, or nervous system. However, they do come in all kinds of colors and blends. In fact, some species of jellyfish glow in the dark, adding to their vibrant color. Jellyfish snack on tiny fish and plants in the ocean, but apparently, they’ll enjoy a sweet peanut butter treat from time to time in captivity. Jellyfish have are one of the oldest ocean species on earth. They’re over 500 million years old! If you ever visit the aquarium to visit our little jelly friends, you may notice that their tanks are usually circular. This is to prevent them from getting stuck in the corners of the tank. No worries, though. These little guys love trekking across the entire world, living in every single ocean on the planet.

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Great tutorial! This really caught my eye and would be such a hit with kids! Just a clear plastic bowl, like a storage container, a stick up battery LED light, tissue squares and streamers all come together to make this impressive and stunning little projects, would make a great type of extra light source or even a temporary night light by a child's bed! Impressive and love this very clever idea!


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