Fishing Fish For Toddlers

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This one was interesting as it took Harvey quite a while to get around to actually doing the activity. First he took a fish and ran around outside with it and so did Nicolette’s kids. They wanted to play with the fish. This was ok, because Nicolette had laminated it, which I highly recommend.

But then when he did get interested, the other kids wouldn’t let him have the fishing pole as they were enjoying it too much! Then we played a few variations. Finally, Harvey did the activity as intended. He really had to concentrate and experiment with it a bit, but was quite successful and happy about it.


  • Printable fish (
  • Cardstock
  • Paperclips
  • Punch
  • Magnetic pole

Print put the fish on cardstock and cut them out. Use a punch to make holes and attach the paper clips to the fish.

Place the fish on your floor / carpet and let the fishing begin! This activity greatly increases hand eye co-ordination.

This is a great family game that all the children loved.


This idea isn’t JUST for 1 year olds!

There are 40 more activities in the book and ALL include an activity variation AND “As They Grow” section, making this a Grow-With-Them book.

Activities are suited to 1, 2, 3 and even 4 year olds!

You’ll really get your money’s worth!

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