Winter Hibernating Polar Bear Craft!

Here’s a super fun hibernating polar bear craft for kids! And, just in time for winter!

This simple and messy fun polar bear Winter craft activity is a blast for preschool and kindergarten children to make. And, it’s just perfect for a winter animal-theme unit at home or in the classroom!

Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? by Bill Martin is an enjoyable book to read to children about animals. And, there are so many great activities to go along with the book, like this Puffy Paint Polar Bear craft for kids!

While the kids are making their puffy paint polar bear craft, play the Winter song for kids in the background.

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The Winter song for kids is a nice complement to this super fun kids winter animal craft activity!

So, what are you waiting for? Let’s make a puffy paint polar bear craft with the kids!

Craft items you will need:

  • Shaving cream
  • Glue
  • Plastic bowl
  • Measuring spoons
  • Paint brush
  • Paper plate
  • Googly eyes
  • 2 round cotton makeup pads
  • Oreo cookie

Craft instructions:

In a plastic bowl, have the children mix together 2 TBSP of glue and 4 TBSP of shaving cream.

Using a paint brush, have the children paint white puffy paint all over the bottom side of a paper plate.

Let dry.

When dry, have the children glue the googly eyes onto their paper plate.

Let dry.

Then, have the children glue 2 make up pads at the top of the paper plate.  These will be Polar Bear ears.

Let dry.

After that, have the children paste the Oreo cookie at the bottom of the paper plate.  This will be the Polar Bear nose.

Let dry.

And, voila! The children have now made a puffy paint polar bear craft!

What an easy-to-make and fun winter craft activity for preschool and kindergarten children.

Just perfect for a winter or animal lesson plan at home or in the classroom!

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9 Responses to Puffy Paint Polar Bear Craft and Song for Kids

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  2. Lynn says:

    I did this with my daughter and daycare kiddos and they loved it! This is a great sensory, science, fun and messy craft!

  3. Kim says:

    How long does it take for the puffy paint to dry?

  4. admin says:

    Hi Kim

    I believe it takes a couple of hours to dry.

    Wendy & Sherry @ Kiboomu

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  6. admin says:

    Thanks for sharing our Polar Bear craft on your site!

  7. admin says:

    Thanks for thinking of us and our crafts!

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