Each our craft has a story, there is a series of events and exciting moments, so it has a special value and depth of understanding. So that, at first glance, a simple picture of shark has its own background. It all began with a small rubber toy shark that has led to reading of books about fish and marine life, watching documentaries and cartoons, swimming in the pool “like a shark” and many more interesting things … And now we are fond of dolphins!

How to draw a shark step by step (1)

I have long wanted to try to paint a stencil with Timmy, it was very good, even better than I expected.
I made a few sea animal stencils – sharks and small fishes.

How to draw a shark step by step (2)

You should fold sheet in half, draw a half of the fish and cut. I advise you to use cardboard or thick paper, so then stencils will not get wet and move and you can get a clear picture. And another tip – try to make a little more padding on the sides, so that the child will not paint around the stencil, I did not know it…

How to draw a shark step by step (3)

I thought that would be interesting to use sponges instead of brushes and I made no mistake. We have only three colors: red, blue and white.
The paint should be thick, do not dilute it with water.

How to draw a shark step by step (4)

Here are the first fish. Timmy liked to remove the stencil most of all)))
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I helped sometimes – I held the stencil, so it did not move out.

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A lot of work was done, free space is almost gone.

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We added googly-eyes, it was very cool! Though it is possible to draw them with paint or marker.

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Now, here they are!

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