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The Big Draw
Campaign

Drawing to save sharks!

The aim of the Big Draw Campaign is to get everyone, everywhere drawing. Drawing is a great way to get creative with friends or family, as well as on your own, and raise awareness about shark conservation.

The great thing about drawing is that you can do it anytime and you don't just have to use pencils - you can colour, glue, stick, rip, glitter, splatter, splodge, drip, soak, pile, drop, tilt, skiddle, pour, shade, gloop and slosh your way to creating a masterpiece.

So why not let your imagination run wild, learn about sharks and have a lot of fun all at the same time, by taking part in the Big Draw with the Shark Trust.

Below you will find some colouring templates that you can download to help get you started. You may also like to have a look at our Shark Art Gallery for some inspiration, to see what others have done.

Once you’ve completed your drawing, we would love to see them and add them to our Shark Gallery, so why not email us a picture of your creations or send them to: Shark Trust, 4 Creykes Court, The Millfields, Stonehouse, Plymouth, PL1 3JB.

Download the resources below and start drawing your favourite sharks and sea creatures at home, school or the office.

What the diver saw (pdf)

Campaign for Drawing Website

Big Draw Website