robyn petroni
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This is a second example of what a cut out shark with a describing poem might look like. This allows students to use their creativity, learn how to write a poem, and it teaches them facts about their animal of choice.

Shark poem - for SUN FISH! Make a poem - hang near clubhouse!

paint blue and white circles to fill the pages and paint in black figures for sharks and fish

Lesson: Tints & Shades ~ Tints and Sharks. I did this, and had the kids paint palm tree silhouettes.But, I LOVE the sharks!

Artwork using Q-tips as paintbrushes. Develop fine-motor skills. Corresponding books to read:  "Katie's Sunday Afternoon" by James Mayhew "Georges Seurat" by Mike Venezia Additional activity: visit the Museum of Fine Arts and find the pointillist paintings; (--we asked a museum docent where we would find the paintings).

Artwork using Q-tips as paintbrushes. Corresponding books to read: "Katie's Sunday Afternoon" by James Mayhew "Georges Seurat" by Mike Venezia Additional activity: visit the Museum of Fine Arts and find the pointillist paintings