# Children identify colors and how movement is represented in ocean photographs and paintings. If possible, they observe and sketch real waves in varying weather conditions.
# Students experiment with melted crayon techniques. Whenever crayons are heated for an art activity, provide adult supervision and conduct melted crayon techniques in a well-ventilated area. Overheating wax crayons during melting may release irritating fumes.
# Students use their knowledge of color mixing and blending, and of ocean waves, to create colorful sea images.