A Special 30th Anniversary Edition of Save the Harbor/Save the Bay's Boston Harbor Blog
Sunday, July 19, 2015
Fish Print Fridays
Here at Save The Harbor, we make amazing fish prints with the children. Usually painted with about two or three colors, you cover a fish with paint. When you have successfully painted the fish, you then place a piece of paper on the fish. When you lift it up; voila!, you now have an amazing fish print! Children and the staff love making them. After the fish print is made, we usually keep them to make a big mural at the end of the summer. Watching the kids frantically paint and splash the fish with paint is always a joy to watch. It is just one of the priceless moments here at Save The Harbor.
After an amazing day of fish prints, I had an opportunity to teach a few kids how to fish. Although we didn't catch anything, its always a blast watching children do things for the first time. Fishing has always been really interesting to me and since learning I am glad I can teach other kids. I have a blast fishing and watching children learn. Well, until next time, Preston.