Talk about winter study and Polar Bears will come up in most conversations because of their ability to live in arctic temperatures. This fun Polar Bear Arctic Animals for Kids Craft is easy to make and is perfect for arctic or habitat study.
Lumbering through the arctic icy wasteland, invisible among the white specks of snowy dust comes one of earth’s most frightening yet surprisingly cuddly of creatures, the mighty and adorable polar bear. Make your own in this easy step by step activity.
This activity helps work on your child’s cutting skills, and keeps the mess at bay as there’s no paint to worry about!
Supplies for the Polar Bear Arctic Animals for Kids Craft
- White paper plate
- White construction paper
- Black marker
- Googly Eyes
- Black pom pom
- White Tissue Paper
- Glue stick
Making the Polar Bear Arctic Animals for Kids Craft
Start with a white 8-inch paper plate. Using a scissor, cut out a C shaped piece at the bottom of the paper plate. Use this piece to further cut out two ears for the bear.
Using another paper plate or white construction paper, cut our a smaller egg-shaped piece for the bear’s face & nose.
Using a black marker, add details to the polar bear’s nose & mouth. Add some details on the ears too. Using the glue stick, stick on the ears and snout. Add the pom-pom nose and googly eyes.
Cut a small bear tail and paws as shown below.
Finally, assemble the paper plate polar bear craft at the center of the body. Tear up the tissue paper into smaller pieces.
Tearing and ripping paper is a wonderful way to strengthen fingers for future writing. And awesome for little ones who struggle with scissors. These can be used as Icebergs for your habitat study.
Some students may be unfamiliar with polar bears and appreciate a resource showing what they look like in real life. Our habitat centers are perfect to go with this activity.
Introduce students to the Arctic, its weather, and its animal life. Through a reading, group discussions, and individual research, students can draw conclusions about Arctic animal adaptations. This unit is perfect for centers in Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade classrooms and packed full of inviting student activities.
Students will learn about animal habitats in the Arctic, Pond, Rain Forest, Desert, Ocean, and Grasslands habitats. This pack is great for homeschoolers, kids craft activities, and to add to your unit studies!
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