Are you ready to make a craft that will provide hours of fun? We are introducing a fun Polar Bear Paper Roll Craft.
Follow the simple steps provided, and you will be able to create your polar bear craft that any child would love.
If your kids enjoy coloring, we have a big pack of Bear Coloring Pages to share too.
You can use this craft as a way to learn about polar bears!
Your child will enjoy learning facts about these fantastic creatures, such as polar bears are classified as marine mammals.
Another fun fact is that Polar bears can also swim for days at a time!
How to Make the Polar Bear Paper Roll Craft
What your need:
- printable template
- black marker
- paper roll
- color papers (white, beige, and black)
- five white pom-poms
- one black pom-pom
- googly eyes
- eyeshadow powder
Step by Step Tutorial
First, make sure to have all the materials you will need.
Next, take your white paper and wrap it around your paper roll until it fully covers it.
Glue the white paper to the paper roll!
Cut out the polar bear template to begin making the craft.
Once you cut out the polar bear’s head and ears, you can trace them on construction paper.
You can also use the printed template parts, so you don’t need to trace them.
You will want to use beige color paper for the nose and the belly.
Draw black spots in the ears.
Draw the polar bear’s mouth.
Start assembling the polar bear’s face.
Glue the googly eyes, the ears, and the pom-pom nose.
Take a q-tip, dip it into eyeshadow, and then blush the bear cheeks.
Now you are going to begin constructing the body of the polar bear.
Start by adding its tummy.
You will glue the polar bear’s fully assembled head on top of the body.
Start adding the white pom-poms to its body!
We love how our polar bear paper roll craft turned out!
Kids can use different shades of color papers to make various polar bears.
They can make a whole family of bears.
You can use your polar bear craft to place coloring supplies into the paper roll as well.
Have fun crafting!
And enjoy winter!
More ideas for making a toilet paper roll polar bear craft
No pom poms? No worries! Paint the paper roll white or wrap and glue white paper around it. If you want to dress up the bears, use a blue (or other) paint or paper on the lower part of the body.
Cut two smaller circles for the ears and a larger oval shape for the snout, draw in details and glue to the body. Draw a pair of eyes.
Crafting with older kids? Give them a challenge. Have them make the polar bear’s fur with torn paper or tissue paper. This requires good fine motor skills and some patience, so it gives older kids a proper challenge. And it looks great!
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