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Cut seashell shapes out of construction paper. Fill a baking pan with water. Show your children how to squeeze a few drips of oil paint on the surface of the water, then use a craft stick to gently swirl the paint around. One at a time, let the children place their seashell shapes on top of the water and paint. The paint will adhere to the paper, leaving a swirling design. Continue to add drops of paint to the water as needed. Allow the seashell shapes to dry.

Cut ovals out of gray construction paper and teeth shape out of white construction paper. Give each of your children an oval and seven or eight teeth shapes. Have the children turn their ovals sideways. Show them how to glue their teeth shapes in a row on their ovals to create a shark's mouth. Let the children use black markers to add eyes to complete their shark faces.