This no prep art lesson is great for the younger ages and learning how the primary colors make the secondary colors. We read Dr. Seuss "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish" and counted how many primary colors were on each page (this book only uses primary colors). After reading this book, we colored each coloring page using two primary colors for the water and a secondary color for the fish. We would say that "the fish turns what color when it swims in these two primary colors?" they loved having the visual for the transformation. I did the art lesson over a period of three classes. Then I had them cut out each fish bowl and glue them onto a large piece of construction paper to bring home. This lesson had the students using fine motor skills such as coloring, cutting, and gluing.