Did you know that a polar bear’s fur isn’t actually white but transparent with a hollow core that reflects light? Or that male polar bears can weigh up to 1,500 pounds? How about that they’re actually quite good swimmers, but they use only their front legs to swim? Polar bears are fascinating and need our help. You can do your part by doing things like recycling, reducing your waste by using reusable products, speaking up for the planet, and so much more. Inspire your preschooler to be a friend to the polar bear by crafting some art in their honor. We’ve got everything from an origami polar bear bookmark to a silly polar bear made from shaving cream to a delicious marshmallow treat that looks like a polar bear.
Handprint crafts make for such darling keepsakes as their hands will never be quite this small again. Make sure to put the date on the back of this winter scene- you’ll thank yourself later! This craft can also make for an excellent holiday card as well.
Let’s do some origami and chill out with this unique polar bear bookmark from RedTedArt. This bookmark would make the perfect companion to any winter themed reading. They’re also nifty to give as a gift or pop in to a Christmas card as a fun surprise. RedTedArt even made a video to help take you through all the steps- thanks friends!
Fluffy cotton balls have such a great tactical feeling that make them enjoyable for kids to craft with, and we’re guessing you might have a few on hand already. This quick and easy craft results in a beautiful piece that they’ll be proud to hang on the fridge.