Polar Bear Crafts

Celebrate Polar Bear Day on February 27. The annual event raises awareness about the conservation status of the polar bear. Teach your kids about these magnificent creatures while making these fun crafts.

Polar Bear Finger Puppets
These cute Polar Bear Finger Puppets make a great winter kids craft. Combine the activity with a favourite children’s book about Polar Bears. Get instructions from I Heart Crafty Things.

Cardboard Tube Polar Bear
Create the most adorable Polar Bear with a cardboard tube. Get instructions from Crafts by Amanda.

Paper Plate Polar Bear
The tissue paper adds a nice texture to the polar bear making it look like fur. Get instructions from Fun365.

Polar Bear Paper Craft
This simple paper craft illustrates the polar bear’s thick white fur. It’s fun for home or school and helps develop fine-motor skills in little ones. Get instructions from Fireflies and Mud Pies.

Origami Bear
Learn how to make this simple origami polar bear in just a few easy steps. Get instructions from Red Ted Art.

Polar Bear Masks
The kids will love creating this cute polar bear mask! The furry texture is made with white tissue paper. Get instructions from IHeartCraftyThings.

Shaving Cream Polar Bear Craft
This puffy shaving cream polar bear will be such fun to paint! Get instructions from Parenting Chaos.

Polar Bear Paper Plate Craft
This activity helps work on your child’s cutting skills, and keeps the mess at bay as there’s no paint to worry about! Get instructions from A Dab of Glue Will Do.

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