10 Polar Bear Crafts for Kids

Looking for a fun activity to keep your kids busy this winter? Polar bear crafts are one of our favorite winter themed ideas. It makes a great homeschool themed lesson or just for some afternoon festive, educational fun! They’re all adorable, I don’t know how you’d choose which one to make first. {{knuckle bumps}}

These polar bear crafts include how to make a paper plate polar bear, newspaper polar bear, cardboard tube polar bear, finger puppet, cotton ball polar bear, marshmallow polar bear, polar bear snacks, and so much more.

10 Polar Bear Crafts for Kids

The women I’m featuring today have mad crafting skillz! You won’t believe the cool stuff they’ve made.

Polar Bear Craft

10. Polar Bear Paper Plate Crafts.

A Dab of Glue Will Do

A fun paper plate craft. Only minimal supplies are required, a pom pom, wiggle eyes, and paint or crayons. Find the tutorial here.

9. Cardboard Tube Polar Bear.

Crafts by Amanda

@CraftsbyAmanda

What child would not want to make this cute little polar bear? It is made from cardboard tubes that normally go right into the landfill. Craft and recycle at the same time. Decorate your mini polar bear with paw prints, mouth, rosy cheeks, and googley eyes, and anything else you have around the house. Find the tutorial here.

8. Free Printable Polar Bear Craft for Kids.

Fireflies + Mud Pies

@firefliesandmudpies

Here is a great craft for you preschool aged child. You can turn this craft time into a great educational opportunity to learn about arctic animals. A great activity that will look great on your fridge! Find the instructions here.

 Out of Paper

7. Marshmallow Polar Bear Craft.

Sight and Sound Reading

@sightandsoundreading

Your kids will love making this fun polar bear with marshmallows. They will love snacking on the marshmallows too. It’s a great way to have them practice using glue. See the instructions here.

6. Origami Polar Bear Craft.

Red Ted Art

@redtedart

Learn how to make this simple origami polar bear in just a few simple steps. This project is perfect for rainy days with children or any time you need to keep little ones busy. Use them as decorations, gift toppers or even string them up and make a mobile or garland. {squeal in delight} Find the instructions here.

5. Polar Bear Kids Craft Finger Puppets.

I Heart Crafty Things

@iheartcraftythings

Here is the perfect activity for preschool to elementary aged kids to make while being stuck inside these winter months! Thanks to this great tutorial all you need is regular paper, pom pom, and embellishments. Let the kids decorate their puppet then spend the afternoon putting on a puppet show! Easy, fun and a great way to exercise their imagination! Instructions here.

4. Newspaper Polar Bear Crafts.

Recycle some newspaper and make this fun winter-y polar bear craft. Tutorial found here.

How to Make a 3D

3. Cardboard Polar Bear Craft.

Growing Up Gabel

@GrowingUpGabel

Make your own polar bear using cardboard and the free template. Using cardboard makes them extra durable. {{wink}} Find the instructions here.

2. Polar Bear Rice Krispie Treats.

Hungry Happenings

@HungryHappenings

Turn your favorite Rice Krispie Treat recipe into fun winter themed treats using simple cookie cutter shapes you probably already own and some easy fondant tricks that Hungry Happenings will show you in this tutorial. See details here.

1. Polar Bear White Hot Chocolate.

Little Passports

@littlepassports

This delicious beverage is every bit as delicious as it’s sister, regular hot chocolate, but it’s fun to mix it up once in a while. Plus, it’s so cute with the polar bear marshmallow. And you can even use regular milk for this one instead of cream so it’s not THAT bad for. {wink} Find the recipe here.

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