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Here is a seaside project that everyone can make, even those who are allergic to seafood!

I find crabs intriguing, with their special way of walking sideways (because of the way their legs are articulated) and their eyes on little stalks. Did you know that a crab moults several times over the course of its life? It grows a new shell every time its body becomes too large for its shell. Then, it has to hide until the new shell has hardened enough to protect it.

In my new video, I show how to represent a crab using an egg carton.



If you don't have an egg carton, you can also make a crab with paper plates. See how this crab looks like it's about to move!


The document for this project includes all the patterns to make the crab shown above.


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Other sea creatures that you can make:

Turtle Race Sea Shell Fish #1 Starfish


Have a great week!





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