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Drawing a Seahorse

These are the sample images I had provided for this lesson, before we explored and discussed the facts.

Sample image 1

Sample image 2

Sample image 3

In addition to these we also viewed seahorses on popular nature websites for children. We found them in the most fabulous colors ever!!! We loved the fascinating camouflages the adopt and a whole lot of details!!! We also looked at their cousins, the pipe fish and the sea dragons and compiled some of the important facts.

Download seahorse fact sheet here.

Now here are some gorgeous artworks displayed by the children :)

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Happy creating!



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