Shark Attack!

Sharks are always getting a bad rap.

They are big, have ridiculously sharp teeth, and there are a lot of scary movies about them.

But after you check out this crafty round-up of ideas, I think you are going to realize that sharks are just largely misunderstood. :-)

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This paper plate shark craft from Almost Unschoolers is my fave!

Nobody was injured playing with this razor-toothed fish!

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This sharkΒ (made out of an envelope!) from I Heart Crafty Things likes to play educational games with your kids.

He is sure to keep your Happy Buddies’ minds sharp this summer. :-)

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It’s o-FISH-al.

Activity Village made the most adorable shark out of a wooden spoon and some craft foam.

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Snack Attack!

Martha Stewart brings us some simple shark cupcakes – the fins are blue construction paper!

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You know if you whip up a batch of these shark pudding cups from Muffin Tin Mom, your Happy Buddies’ jaws will be chompin’!

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And FIN-ally, everyone you know is going to want to sink their teeth into this awesome snack from Sun Scholars!

Seriously, people.

After all that cuteness -

Why do we fear sharks so much?

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Oh yeah.

I’ll take the cupcake version, please.

Happy Shark Craft-ing! :-)

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11 thoughts on “Shark Attack!

  1. What a great collection of shark ideas! Thanks for sharing my watermelon shark! I’m off to share your collection with my facebook friends. I can’t wait to snoop around your blog some more… thank you so much for your sweet comment!!!

  2. Thank you for the cute ideas! They may show up in my classroom this year! :) Henry and I enjoyed seeing your sight today!

  3. I am visiting via Someday Crafts. This is an absolutely adorable project!

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