Our first version of this fun printable was a mermaid tail, which we made for Red Ted Art.
My kids and I had so much fun with it that we decided we just had to make a shark for
shark week! We’ll be reading shark books, this one is one of our favorites, doing some
shark crafts and finding some shark movies to sit down and make good use of our
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6. Next it’s time to fold it into a cone. Before you do this I recommend having some tape
close by since you’ll need to tape it right after. We found the best way to make the cone
was to fold the part that you just cut (with the dotted line) under the other side. Get the
shape you want then grab a piece of tape.
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