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Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids

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Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids

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As we all know shark week is coming up soon and we all want to create some unique crafts for the same with our children. We will create these crafts by using some of the simplest materials and it will be super fun to create and present. We can’t even imagine all the crafts that we can make from this theme and it will be perfect and easily affordable. If you’re worried that where will you get materials for the same? then here’s the deal, they are available in almost every bookstore or shop in the market or you can simply order them online from these famous shopping sites such as Amazon, Flipkart, etc. They are easy to make and inexpensive objects.

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids

If you’re looking for craft ideas for shark week then this is the article for you. Choose your favorite craft from the following activities and put on your artist attire to start making them.

Shark Card

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Shark Card

Image Source/Tutorial: Arty Crafty Kids

Baby shark dodododododo!!! We all love this song so much right? because our kids listen to it endlessly. So, here today we have an activity on the sharks where you will have lots of fun making it. It is DIY card and it will be super-adorable to give to anyone.

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • White Paper or Cardstock
  • Glue Stick
  • Scissors
  • Pencils
  • crayons
  • sketch pens

Procedure-

  • Start by downloading and printing the shark template from the internet.
  • Now, cut out the elements of the shark from the template.
  • Next, start assembling the elements of the shark, fold the mouth of the shark in half so that the shark’s teeth is clearly visible.
  • Fold the blue circle in half so that the blues are visible.
  • Take the red mouth and the blue circle together and secure them with glue.
  • Now, paste both the circles on the bigger blue circle.
  • Place the fin of the shark at top backside of the blue circle.
  • Finish it off, by pasting two large circles on the shark.

Shark Puppet

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Shark Puppet

Image Source/Tutorial: The Soccer Mom Blog

Description- Let’s kick-off shark week with this beautiful activity that we have brought exclusively for you where you will be making a shark puppet and you can also make your shark do the talking. Here’s how:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Craft sticks
  • Thick rubber bands
  • Printable shark pattern
  • Blue craft foam sheet
  • white craft foam sheet
  • hot glue gun
  • scissors
  • pencil
  • black marker

Procedure-

  • Start by making an ‘X’ with two craft stick and secure them with a thick rubber band.
  • Then, print the free shark pattern and cut them out.
  • Next, cut a small circle out of a white foam and that will be the shark’s eyes.
  • Now, paste the piece of foam on the upper side of the cut out.
  • Paste the eyes of the shark on the foam and with a black marker draw a black hole in the middle of the white circle.
  • With the help of the hot glue gun, help to secure the shark’s body on the two craft stick fixed together.
  • Secure the small one diagonally on the back side of the shark such that it represents the teeth of the shark and it’s completed.

Shark Sewing Craft

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Shark Sewing Craft

Image Source/Tutorial: Kids Craft Room

Shark week consists of activities or crafts related to sharks. This super-easy craft will help kids gobble up the sharks on the big screen. This super-easy activity will also help you in focusing on the hand-eye coordination of the kids.

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Paper Plate
  • Paint
  • Single Hole Puncher
  • Yarn
  • Googly Eyes
  • Glue
  • Sticky Tape
  • Scissors
  • Brush
  • Black marker

Procedure-

  • Start by taking a paper plate and cutting out the middle circle of the paper plate.
  • Next, draw the shape of a boat on the circle with the sketch pen
  • Now, cut the individual shapes out of the circle.
  • Paint all the cut-outs with the grey color.
  • Then, paint the outer circle cut out and paint it with grey color.
  • Using the hole puncher, punch holes throughout the circle in a round shape.
  • Flip the outer ring and insert a thread of yarn in one of the holes and secure the end of the same with a atpe.
  • Now, go ahead and sew the yearn in and out of the holes in a criss-cross manner
  • Repeat the above mentioned step until the middle of the ring is filled with yarn.
  • Finish it off by adding googly eyes and smile to the shark by using UHU glue.

Shark Toilet Paper Roll

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Shark Toilet Paper Roll

Image Source/Tutorial: Glue Sticks And Gumdrops

Description- We have brought a fun activity for you to celebrate the shark week. The activity is super fun and will also help you in recycling the materials which we usually throw out. Here’s how:

Suitable age group-  9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Toilet paper tubes
  • Gray paint
  • Paintbrushes
  • Googly eyes
  • School glue
  • Hot glue gun
  • Black marker

Procedure-

  • Start by taking the empty toilet paper roll and cutting out a triangle from the above section on each side.
  • Save the left over triangle pieces for the fin and the tail.
  • Now, paint the roll with grey paint and leave it to dry.
  • Meanwhile, cut some teeths out of a white paper.
  • Now, with the help of hot glue paste the googly eyes on the top section of the roll.
  • Paste the teeth of shark  at the inner edge of the triangular cutting.
  • Finish it off by pasting the fin and the tail as well.

Shark Slime

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Shark Slime

Image Source/Tutorial: A Night Owl

With shark week coming up, I knew we have to search for an activity that will be both unique and easy to perform. So, here we have brought to you an activity where you will be floating sharks with just sparkling glitters and baking soda. Here’s how:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • 6 ounces blue glitter glue
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 1/2 tablespoon contact lens solution
  • Toy sharks

Procedure-

  • Start by simply squeezing all the glue out of the bottle in a bowl.
  • Mix some baking soda with it.
  • Then add the contact lens solution to it.
  • Now, stir the mixture thoroughly till the mixture no longer moves.
  • Mix the solution with your fingers until it reaches a consistency where the solution no longer sticks to your fingers.
  • Now you can finish it off by adding toy sharks in them.

Shark Bookmarks

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Shark Bookmarks

Image Source/Tutorial: Hey Let’s Make Stuff

We all love reading novels or books but we often forget on what page we were on and for this we always use some sort of bookmarks. As shark week is going on, we have brought to you an activity where you will be creating your own DIY shark bookmark and it will be super fun to build. Here’s how:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Grey, white and black paper
  • Craft glue
  • Scissor
  • Hole punch

Procedure-

  • Start by downloading and printing the shark template from the internet.
  • Next, cut out all the elements of the shark from the template.
  • For the eyes make a hole by using a hole puncher.
  • Fold the two triangle flaps of your shark head.
  • Now, paste the red square at the center of the grey square.
  • Glue the back of the top flap to the front of the back flap, so that the page can be inserted.
  • Then paste the teeth into the place, behind the flap.
  • Finish it off by pasting the eyes and fin of the shark.

Shark Fin Hat

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Shark Fin Hat

Image Source/Tutorial: Glue Sticks And Gumdrops

There’s no exception that we have been brain-storming ourselves with the thought of how to make the shark week super unique and for that we are constantly searching for some unique ideas. So, here we have brought to you a unique activity where you’ll be making hat which will mainly be consisting of shark’s fin. To make the same, you can follow the steps mentioned below:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Construction paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors

Procedure-

  • Start by pasting two pieces of construction paper and then cut out the fin.
  • Create small outward folds in the fin and leave them.
  • Leave it to dry.
  • Take the measurement of your kid’s head .
  • Cut the bands out of a construction paper and then form a circle with the same.
  • Glue the ends of the bands.
  • Finish it of by pasting the fin by pasting the outward folds into the bands.

Shark Paper Plate Craft

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Shark Paper Plate Craft

Image Source/Tutorial: Kids Activities Blog

Do you ever wish to create something unique for your child and that also with their help and their beautiful little hands. Well, don’t worry we have got you covered! Today we have brought to you a simple DIY activity where you’ll be making a customized shark paper plate. Here’s how:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Three white paper plates
  • Paint
  • Googly eyes
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Marker

Procedure-

  • Start by taking two paper plates and paint them grey: one will be shark’s body and another will be used as fin for the same.
  • Leave it to dry.
  • Now, cut a small triangle from the middle of the shark’s body which will be the mouth of the shark.
  • Next, cut the shape of the tail fin and top and bottom of the fins from the other plate.
  • Then, cut teeths of the shark from a white paper plate in a zigzag pattern.
  • Paste the teeths behind the edge of the triangle cutted in the body of the shark.
  • Paste the fins as well.
  • Finish it off by pasting googly eyes on the paper plate and creating the eyebrows with a black marker.

Shark Paper Bag

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Shark Paper Bag

Image Source/Tutorial: Crafts On Sea

Description- We all never use paper bags and often throw them out after one time usage. But we have researched an activity for you where you’ll be creating a personalized shark paper bag and you can hang them around in your house.

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Paper bag
  • Black cardstock
  • white cardstock
  • Black pen
  • Blue or grey cardstock
  • Glue
  • Scissors

Procedure-

  • Start by cutting two circles out of the cards, one from the black one and another from the white one such that it overlaps the other.
  • Next, from the white circle cut two spooky teeth from the top of the white card and paste it on the top of the black circle.
  • Now, take blue or grey card and cut out three fins of the shark with scissors.
  • Glue the same at the back of the paper bag.
  • Then paste the black circle on the paper bag.
  • Finish it off by drawing two black eyes on your shark.

Footprint Shark

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Footprint Shark

Image Source/Tutorial: Glued To My Crafts

Description- Ever thought about taking a print of your child’s foot? A shark week is just around the corner, we have brought an activity for you where you’ll be making a shark out of your child’s footprint and it will super-fun to perform. Here’s how:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Paint colors
  • Paint brushes
  • Paper plates
  • Large wiggle eyes
  • Glue
  • Construction paper
  • Baby wipes
  • Marker

Procedure-

  • Start by taking a blue construction paper and drawing blue waves all over the paper.
  • Next, with the help of a black marker draw little fishes on the paper.
  • Now, pour some grey paint on a plate and paint you little baby’s foot with the paint.
  • Then, thrust the foot onto the construction paper.
  • Next, using the paint brush, paint some triangles over the foot which will be your fin.
  • Finish it off by pasting the googly eyes on the foot.
  • Leave it to dry.

Shark Puppets

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Cupcake Shark Craft

Image Source/Tutorial: Heart Crafty Things

We all are well-aware of the baby shark song right? It is often one of the first lullabies that are kids listen to! So keeping that in mind, it is time to take our children, gear up and revisit their initial years. We have an activity here that can help you do the same!

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Printing paper
  • Craft stick
  • Glue
  • Scissors

Procedure-

  • Start by printing a template of shark puppets.
  • Now, take a craft stick and paint the sticks with paint color.
  • Next, using glue or tape paste the sticks at the back of the shark puppets.
  • Your shark puppet is complete.

Cupcake Shark Craft

Fin-Tastic Shark Crafts For Kids Cupcake Shark Craft

Image Source/Tutorial: Heart Crafty Things

We all know that sharks are found in deep and shallow waters throughout the world oceans but I was thinking why not bring them onto your table? We have brought an exclusive activity for you where you’ll be creating shark paper plates. Here’s how:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • gray/silver cupcake liner
  • mini gray/silver cupcake liner
  • white cupcake liner
  • blue cardstock paper
  • red cardstock paper
  • googly eyes
  • white chalk marker

Procedure-

  • Start by cutting down a triangle out of your grey cupcake liner and you will be left with three pieces.
  • Next, take another paper plate and glue the triangle and remaining portions at the top and bottom left and right side of the plate.
  • Cut the white cupcake liner in half and paste it at the bottom half of the grey cupcake liner.
  • Now, cut a mouth in the shape of crescent moon from the red cardstock.
  • Paste the same on the bottom half of the grey cupcake liner.
  • Using the white chalk marker, draw the teeths of the shark on the red mouth.
  • Finish it of by pasting the googly eyes on the shark.

Shark Paper Plate Craft

Shark Paper Plate Craft

Image Source/Tutorial: The Relaxed Homeschool

Description-Sharks are pretty huge, they are about 15-20 feet long. Well it’s not possible for everyone to see shark so here we decided to bring the sharks onto your table!!

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • 1 large white paper plate
  • Grey paint
  • Paint brush
  • Construction paper: gray, black, red and white
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick

Procedure-

  • Start by painting the paper plate with grey paint and leave it to dry.
  • Take a white construction paper and cut two small circle from it.
  • With the help of a black marker draw black circles on the white circle.
  • Next, take a red construction paper and cut out a crescent moon shape.
  • Paste the mouth cut out on the paper plate.
  • Then take a white construction paper and cut out two teeths in a zigzag pattern.
  • Paste the teeths on red mouth.
  • Using the leftover white construction paper, cut out thin 3-4 crescent shapes.
  • Finish it off by pasting it on the paper plate: two on right and two on left.

Pool Noodle Shark

Pool Noodle Shark

Image Source/Tutorial: JDaniel4’s Mom

We all love doing crafts with leftover things or have this urge to recycle something, so today we have an activity for you where we will be creating a shark with the help of some leftover sections of pool noodles and it will be super fun to create.

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Pool noodle
  • Googly eyes
  • egg carton
  • glue
  • Bread knife

Procedure-

  • Start by taking two pieces of a pool noodles to make the body of a shark.
  • We will be using a bread knife to cut the same.
  • Now, the flat side of the smaller piece was glued to the top of the larger piece.
  • Glue the googly eyes on either side of the shark’s head.
  • Now, as for the teeth of the shark, take a styrofoam egg carton and cut diamond shapes from it.
  • Next, to make the space for the teeth use a cupcake topper and make the space.
  • Then, with the glue stick, paste the teeth inside the opening in the middle.
  • Cut out a fin from the pool noodle and hop a toothpick in the same and pinch that in the shark.

And that’s it, it’s done!

Shark Hammerhead

Shark Hammerhead

As shark week is coming up soon, we wanted to create something that would be of some use in the future. So, we have created a hammerhead and kept the theme the same as a shark. You can easily hang it on the wall as decoration material and by doing this your child will feel confident and engage in more and more crafts.

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Paper towel roll
  • Googly eyes
  • Red, grey, white construction paper
  • Black marker
  • Scissors
  • Glue/tape

Procedure-

  • Start by cutting out a rectangle and grey fins from grey construction paper.
  • Next, apply some glue on top of the grey paper and paste the cardboard tube and keep holding the until they are dry.
  • With the help of a black marker draw some eyes and mean eyebrows of the shark on the cardboard tube.
  • Take a red construction paper and cut out a semi-circle from the same.
  • Next, draw some zigzag teeths on the white construction paper and cut it out.
  • Paste the teeth on the upper edge of the red mouth.
  • Glue the mouth of the shark on the rectangle.
  • Finish it off by pasting the grey fins: two at the top edge and two at the bottom left and right side.

Shark Cootie Catcher

Shark Cootie Catcher

Image Source/Tutorial: Easy Peasy And Fun

Cootie catcher is one of the first things, a child learns like a toddler and it’s great for their art and craft skills. As you all know shark’s week is also coming up so keeping that in mind I decided to combine them both and create a unique activity. Here’s how:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Shark template
  • Scissors

Procedure-

  • Start by downloading and printing the shark template from the internet.
  • Now, with the help of scissors, cut out the square having the shark design and the fins from the template.
  • As for making the cootie, start by folding the shark design into half to make a crease.
  • Unfold and rotate the paper and then make a fold again while making a crease.
  • Next, flip the paper so that the white part is facing towards you.
  • Then, rotate the paper in such a position that it makes a diamond shape.
  • start folding all four corners to the middle of the paper.
  • Flip the paper again, have the white side facing you again, and then start folding all four corners into the middle of the paper.
  • Now, fold the square shape in half such that it makes a rectangle.
  • Using your fingers, push the pockets of the same and push the flaps of the cootie catcher to open up.
  • Adjust your fingers a little bit more to make a cootie catcher.
  • Finish it off by pasting the cut-out fins on the side that is the white side of the cootie catcher and you’re adorable shark cootie catcher is ready.

Shark Paper Tube Craft

Shark Paper Tube Craft

Image Source/Tutorial: Hello Wonderful

The sea creature which remains under the water and generally never comes up? Well, we all know I am talking about sharks and I wanted to recreate it but in a unique way and so I thought of doing it with a toilet paper tube which we often throw out because of its no use. So, let’s see how to recreate the same:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Cardstock paper
  •  Toilet tube
  •  Scissors
  •  glue
  •  Stapler
  • cake plate (for tracing)
  • marker
  • googly eyes
  • Construction paper

Procedure-

  • Start by cutting out a piece of cardstock measuring 4 1/2*6 which will be the body of the shark.
  • Next, cut out the fins and tail shapes of the shark including a flap.
  • With the help of a cake plate which is 7 in diameter cut out a circle by tracing the same.
  • Cut this circle in half.
  • Take the paper and wrap it around the cardboard toilet roll and secure the same with glue.
  • Now, cut out a v from the top of the tube.
  • Using the half circle make a cone shape with it.
  • Fit cone at the circular end of the cardboard tube and staple it.
  • Now with a white construction paper, cut teeth out of it in a zigzag pattern.
  • Paste the teeth on the inner edge of the v-shaped entrance of the cardboard tube.
  • Glue the tail of the shark at the end of the cone.
  • Paste the fins of the shark at the top and bottom of the shark.
  • Finish it off by pasting the googly eyes and drawing some lines at the side of the eyes with a black marker.

Shark Keychains

Shark Keychains

Image Source/Tutorial: Crafty Morning

Well welcome to a new craft activity, I wanted to make something unique and extraordinary for the shark’s week and so I landed on this idea where we will be creating a keychain of shark using the perler beads. You can follow the steps mentioned below to create your shark keychain.

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • 5.5” square pegboard
  • Perler beads
  • Perler bead ironing paper
  • Small bead tweezers
  • Iron
  • Keychains

Procedure-

  • Start by using the blue beads to make the top of the shark.
  • Using the bead tweezers, carefully pick one blue bead at a time and place it on the pegboard.
  • Now, use the white beads to outline the bottom part of the shark.
  • Leave the space of 2 beads in the tail of the shark.
  • Once you’re finished with the bead pattern, place an ironing paper on the pattern and iron them carefully till you notice the beads starting to fuse together.
  • Once it’s done, carefully remove the paper and the beads from the paper and immediately press flat with your pegboard.
  • Leave it to cool down properly.
  • Once it’s all cooled down, open the keychain and place it in the two open holes in the tail of the shark and it’s ready.

Popsicle Stick Shark

Popsicle Stick Shark

Image Source/Tutorial: Glued To My Crafts

Description- Well I know sharks are scary and most people are scared of them but there is no need to be scared of the ones we are creating because they are made out of popsicle sticks and caus no harm. Here’s how:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Popsicle sticks
  • glue
  • grey and white cardstock
  • paint
  • paint brush
  • scissors
  • black marker

Procedure-

  • Start by pasting three popsicle sticks together such that it forms a triangle.
  • Leave it to dry.
  • From a grey cardstock, cut a piece of the triangle which will be posted within the sticks.
  • Next, cut out some teeth and eyes from the white cardstock and fins from the grey cardstock.
  • Now, paint the sticks with grey paint and paste the piece of paper on the stick.
  • Finish it off by pasting the eyes, fins and teeths of the shark.
  • Leave it to dry for sometime.

Tissue Shark Craft

Tissue  Shark Craft

Image Source/Tutorial: Buggy And Buddy

We all know that sharks have an excellent vision better than a cat’s or even a wolf’s vision. Keeping that in mind we have brought an activity for you where you will be making a shark suncatcher with your child and this will be super fun. It will help you develop the motor skills of your child. To make this, you can follow the steps mentioned below:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Clear contact paper
  • Tissue paper squares in different shades
  • Gray construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Free shark template

Procedure-

  • Start by downloading and printing shark template on a cardstock.
  • Next, cut two pieces of clear contact paper.
  • Take the grey construction paper and cut some sharks out of them.
  • You can use the shark templates for tracing them out on the construction paper.
  • Now, attach one piece of contact paper to the surface you are currently working on and then peel of the sheet to have the sticky side on.
  • Start pasting small tissues all over the sticky contact paper: blue, light blue and white.
  • Finish it off by pasting your shark anywhere on the contact paper and you’re done.

Newspaper Shark

Newspaper Shark

Image Source/Tutorial: I Heart Crafty Things

Description- This shark craft that we have brought to you is simply amazing and so fun to perform because it requires just a newspaper and some colorful sheets. This, also gives us an idea where we can recycle our old newspaper which becomes of absolutely no use! To perform this activity you can follow the steps mentioned below:

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • light blue, dark blue, black and white cardstock paper
  • newspaper
  •  googly eyes
  • scissors
  • glue

Procedure-

  • Start by cutting out the shark face from a newspaper with the help of scissors in a triangular shape.
  • Next, paste this shark’s face on a light blue cardstock.
  • Now, cut out ocean waves from a dark blue cardstock or construction paper and paste it at the bottom of the shark’s face.
  • Take a black construction paper and cut a semi-circle from the same and paste it on the shark’ face as it will represent it’s mouth.
  • Now, take a white construction paper and cut some very small triangles and paste it inside the mouth of the shark.
  • Finish it off by pasting the googly eyes on the top of the shark’s face.

Stone-cold Shark Paint Craft

Stone-cold Shark Paint Craft

Image Source/Tutorial: Sustain My Craft Habit

We all created activities where we would make craft generally out of construction paper, cardstock or shark template but as shark week is coming soon I wanted to create something unique and so I decided to head to the beach and collect some rocks and pebbles and create a live shark painting with them. It’s such a unique idea and you will have a lot of fun while performing the same.

Suitable age group- 9-14 years

Supplies you may need-

  • Medium-sized triangular shaped- rocks
  • Paint
  • Paintbrushes

Procedure-

  • Start by picking a clean triangular-shaped rock and then pick up a paintbrush and paint a little triangle at the bottom of the rock.
  • Leave it to dry for some time.
  • Again outline the white triangle created at the bottom and paint the remaining part with grey paint.
  • Paint two eyes at the side of the head.
  • Next, paint an oblong mouth with red paint.
  • Leave it to dry.
  • Then apply a second coat with some red paint.
  • Again after some time, apply a third coat of red paint and you’re done.

Rocking Paper Shark

Rocking Paper Shark

Image Source/Tutorial: Hello Wonderful

Description- Let us kick off shark week with this cute rocking paper shark. It’s super easy and fun to make. You’ll only need some craft material as well as your kid’s attention to perform this one. It will also improve your child’s concentration level and hand-eye coordination. It’s a great exercise for adults as well! You can take instructions on how to perform this activity with the steps mentioned below.

Suitable age group-

Supplies you may need-

  •  Cardstock
  • Tissue paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue and/or double-stick tape
  • Googly eyes
  • Mod podge
  • Small paintbrush

Procedure-

  • Start by downloading and printing the shark template on a piece of paper.
  • Cut out both sides of the shark and fins.
  • Cut out small squares of tissue paper of different colors such as blue, light blue, and white.
  • Now, take a small paintbrush and start applying mod podge all over the shark and paste small square tissue paper all over the shark as well as on the fins and the tails.
  • Chop off the excess tissue paper from the shark template.
  • Leave it to dry for some time.
  • Finish it off by pasting googly eyes on the shark.

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