A Pack of Sharks – Printable Activity Bundle

Totally Fintastic

I love coming up with fun little DIY activities - for kids and grown ups alike! My nephew Ned is absolutely obsessed with sharks and knows all the different types. It's actually pretty dam impressive seeing how quickly he absorbs the information and has it memorised. In fact, Ned was the inspiration behind this cool downloadable goodie A Pack of Sharks - Printable Activity Bundle.

Say goodbye to dog-eared pages. You'll never lose your spot in a book again with your own personal shark swarm...my Sharkies Bookmarkies!

You can use my full colour art sharks, or print out the black and white outlines and colour in your own - great fun!  Do both and make a whole school of sharks. Because you can never have too many. Leave your printable bookmarks flat between the pages, or snip some slots into their fins so they can hold on. Let their noses, tails and fins poke out!

My Sharkies include a hungry Hammerhead, a tough tattooed Sand Shark and a fierce Blue Shark with a taste for snorkelers…all hand illustrated by me using coloured pencil and watercolour paints. Make reading a thrill with my Sharkies Bookmarkies, or have fun with some of my other shark colouring pages and printable wall art.

Rachel Weaver

Rachel Weaver

Multidisciplinary Artist at studio 8T4
Rachel began her upbringing in the tiny mining towns of Cue and Leinster where isolation provided ample room for a rapidly growing imagination. A passion for learning and the experimentation of media has led her to become a multidisciplinary artist with a focus on illustration, design, art and photography.

She resides in her hometown of Geraldton, Western Australia with her partner, two dogs, two cats and carnivorous plant collection.
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Rachel began her upbringing in the tiny mining towns of Cue and Leinster where isolation provided ample room for a rapidly growing imagination. A passion for learning and the experimentation of media has led her to become a multidisciplinary artist with a focus on illustration, design, art and photography. She resides in her hometown of Geraldton, Western Australia with her partner, two dogs, two cats and carnivorous plant collection.
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