SEA TURTLE FROM PAPER PLATE

Nothing can go wrong with paper/plastic plate.. all you need is a bit of imagination…

The project is inspired from an article in a daily,  about a group of traveler whom while travelling, manage to do some “save the environment” activities with the local people at places they visited. Among the project is teaching the local kids about saving the turtle – and to make it interesting, they made a sea turtle from  paper plate.. I decided to adopt the project, but in the studio instead.. so no real sand and sea as the background:-(

All you need is a paper/plastic plate, acrylic (if you use plastic plate) or watercolor, glue, scissor, wiggly eyes and drawing paper or cardboard. Just draw a random design of the turtle back on the plate. Draw the head, tail, hands and legs on the drawing paper and cut them out. Paint them with green and a bit of brown. Once dried, glue the body parts accordingly. Don’t forget the wiggly eyes!

But at Art-Venture Kids’ Studio, that not all…

We’ve done a bit more by painting an undersea view on a big paper. Just paint them blue with some plants and other sea creatures. We use a special roller to create the wavy pattern, and the kids looooove the roller sponge! Once finish, just let the kids play with their turtle – swimming around the sea.. whoosh! whoosh! whoosh!

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