Start by discussing different ocean habitats. Look at different types of animals and plants and talk about the colors and shapes that comprise the image.
- Have students divide paper into three sections – ocean floor, water and sky. Make the water the largest space.
- Discuss different types of sea animals they might like to include in their picture and draw lightly in pencil. Add details of sea grass, coral or a shipwreck.
- Color with crayons or markers. Outline in black for emphasis.
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