In the Sea – Turtle Craft

Sea TurtleIn The Sea

We read In the Sea by David Elliott and Holly Meade. It is great book about different types of ocean animals. Each animal has a cute poem or rhyming words

What you need: card stock, blue yarn, glue, green turtle cut out, and brown construction paper.

Sea Turtle

The girls put glue around the card stock.

Sea Turtle

The girls put the blue yarn around the paper.

Sea Turtle
Sea Turtle

The girls tore up the brown paper and glued it on turtle to make the turtles shell.

Sea Turtle
Sea Turtle
Sea Turtle

We glued the turtles onto the oceans.

Sea Turtle
Sea Turtle

Both the book and the activity go great with my Ocean Pack.

Cassie –

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10 Responses to In the Sea – Turtle Craft

  1. tricia says:

    I think this looks like so much fun! I really think the artwork on the book cover is gorgeous. Using the yarn to create a rippled water effect is very smart!

  2. Gina says:

    Their turtles look great! What a fun idea. 🙂

  3. Jen Fischer says:

    I love the yarn – great for the water.

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