Ocean Week: Shark Pencil Holder

by Lynn Lilly, Jun 13 2022

Project Name: Ocean Week - Shark Pencil Holder

Project Difficulty: Advanced

Supplies from Kit:

  • Crayola Blue Construction Paper
  • Crayola Washable Glue
  • Crayola Scissors
  • Crayola Markers
  • Crayola Glue Stick
  • White Sheet of Paper from Paint Kit

Additional Supplies:

  • Googley Eyes
  • Empty Tin Can (clean)

Project Video:

 

    Directions:

    1. Wrap your tin can with a piece of blue construction paper, cut off the excess and glue the ends together with your washable glue.
    2. Cut triangles out of each side as shown in the photos below (this will be the shark mouth). You might need help from an adult. 
    3. Draw a half oval with your white sheet of paper and cut out. Glue to the shark. 
    4. Cut out a fin from blue construction paper. Fold over the edge. Place glue on the edge and glue to the shark. 
    5. Draw and cut out a strip of shark teeth.  Color the even side red. Attach to the inside of the shark mouth.
    6. Draw gills on the side of the shark with markers and add your glue on googley eyes.  
    7. Use your shark can to hold your markers, pencils or other supplies! 

     

    I hope you enjoyed today's craft! Parent's don't forget if you share your child's projects on social media tag @craftboxkids @crayola and use #campcraftbox
    Happy Crafting
    Lynn 

     



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