With the recent release of "Finding Dory," it’s no wonder that your kiddo is going crazy for everything Nemo. "Finding Nemo" crafts for kids offer opportunities galore for your little artist to get creative, use his imagination and make awesome art that goes along with his or her favorite film.
Check out these fabulous "Finding Nemo" crafts!
With a little paint and some paper your kids can create the two title characters – with their hands. This cute kids’ craft is super-simple (making it easy enough for even your preschooler to do), but also still fun for older kids. Visit A Little Pinch of Perfect
for the full how-to.
Finding Nemo and Dory Bookmarks
Nemo and Dory sparkle with these sequin-packed bookmarks. Not only are these fun to make, but they’re functional too! Keep the underwater-themed craft on hand for summer days at the library or give them as cute party favors. Get the full set of instructions from A Pumpkin and a Princess
Craft up a soft (and sweet-looking) “Pearl” from Finding Nemo! This is perfect to give as a gift or make for your own child. Read more about this craft on Instructables
3D Ocean Scene
Transform a paper plate into a stand-out movie scene. This cute kids’ craft offers your child the chance to make her own underwater activity, creating a sneak peek into Nemo’s world. Get the full how-to from Nifty Mom
If you have an empty plastic or glass jar hanging around, you can create this ocean scene. These DIY jars are perfect party favors (for a Nemo-themed bash) or just fun to make anytime. Kids of all ages can put together their own Finding Nemo-inspired scene, adding fish (not the real kind) to the mix. Learn how to make one of these creative crafts at Arts and Crackers
Transform a Styrofoam circle into a lifesaver-themed Nemo wreath. This aquatic art activity highlights a scene from the movie, all in a completely DIY way. Hang up the finished product as part of your child’s room décor or use it to dress-up your next ocean-esque birthday party. Learn how to craft this project at A Fairytail House
Easily create a clownfish (i.e., Nemo) with tape! This resist project helps kids learn about negative space, pattern and color, all while they craft up an adorable underwater friend. Get the full set of instructions at From ABC’s to ACT’s