Step into the sunny shores of creativity with our Mystery Snorkel Umbrella Grid Summer Art Lesson Worksheet—a perfect one-day art project for high school and middle school students!
Looking for a versatile art activity for sub plans, early finishers, or an end-of-the-year celebration? These 2 engaging worksheets, featuring snorkel, umbrella, floatie, and fish designs, are ready to whisk your students away to the serene beauty of the beach.
Whether it’s the end of the year or any time of the year, these mystery snorkel umbrella grid summer art lesson worksheets offer a delightful escape into the essence of the season. Students can choose to complete the drawings directly on the grid or on clean paper, allowing for customization and a polished finish with markers or pencils.
Included in this Mystery Snorkel Umbrella Grid Summer Art Lesson Worksheet:
✅ 1 Printable Mystery Grid Image of a Snorkel
✅ 1 Printable Mystery Grid Image of an Umbrella
✅ 1 Printable Mystery Grid Image of a Floatie
✅ 1 Printable Mystery Grid Image of a Fish
✅ Easy to Follow Teacher’s Instructions
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Want More Ready To Go Summer-Themed Grid Drawing Worksheets?
This lesson is also included in this Mystery Grid Drawing Summer One-Day Art Lesson Bundle!
Need an Easy to Follow One-Day Emergency Sub Plan or Art Lesson?
The included mystery snorkel umbrella worksheets work great as sub plans, and early finisher assignments, for students on home instruction or in ISS. They are easy to follow for substitute teachers or self-directed learning when the art teacher is unavailable.
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