|Rachel's turtle (4)|
They used oil pastels to color the creatures, crinkled the paper to make cracks to absorb paints, and painted all over with blue tempera cake. Check out Alyson's piece below; her delicate touch created a beautiful sea turtle!
|Alyson's turtle (5)|
Zolly's blending of colors created a unique and wonderful fish. Is the fish eating that sea weed?
|Zolly's fish (4)|
Joel's fish bubble was among the busiest of all, seemingly inspired by planets!
|Joel's fish (3)|
Josiah's octopus is large and bold. His confidence clearly comes through in his filled-out bubble!
|Josiah's octopus (5)|
Ayden's bubble is filled with many many sea animals. I see a fish, an octopus, another fish ... another octopus ... and is that a clam?
|Ayden's fish and octopus (4)|
Alyssa's turtle is awesome. It's proportional, placed prominently in the middle, and incorporates excellent use of colors--who would've thought that blue, yellow, and pink could be so great on a turtle!
|Alyssa's turtle (5)|
|Underwater Project #1|
|Underwater Project #2|
|Underwater Project #3|
|Underwater Project #4|
It's getting there...do you see all the bubbles?
|Underwater Project #5|