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Kids reel in their imaginations with this Sharp-Teeth Shark! This edgy torn-paper shark contrasts with crisp marker lines to assure an under-sea adventure.
Gently tear away pieces of a sheet of construction paper until you have the shape of a shark. If you prefer, lightly sketch the shark before tearing it out. Tear out the shark's jaws so its teeth can show.
Draw sharp shark teeth with a Crayola® Washable Marker on other paper. Cut out the teeth with Crayola Scissors.
With a Crayola Glue Stick, attach the shark to another piece of construction paper. Glue the teeth in the shark's mouth.
Draw fish, plants, and other ocean scenes around the shark. Draw bubbles and lines around the shark to show that it is prowling through the water.
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