This cute 'under the sea' paper plate octopus is really simple for little ones to make. Children can be as creative as the like when making it. You could use a variety of mediums to decorate your octopus. We cut strips of paper for the tentacles, but you could use string or pipe cleaners, or anything else you can think off. You can promote children's mathematical skills by counting out the tentacles, and making a pattern on them for decoration.
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