Let’s learn how to make this paper plate polar bear craft! This fun little winter paper plate craft is fun and easy to make. Paper plates are so versatile, you can use them to make masks, animals, and so many more projects! We love project supplies that can be used for several different projects. Let’s get started!
Check out our awesome Polar Bear Day printable activities, too!
Paper Plate Polar Bear Craft
- 1/2 Sheet of Each White and Pink Construction Paper.
- Black Construction Paper Scraps.
- Paper Plate.
- School Glue or a Glue Stick.
Begin by cutting out eyes from the black construction paper. You could pre-draw the eyes or free-hand cut them. Alternatively, you could cut out eye holes and turn this fun project into a mask!
Then, cut two ears from the white construction paper. Next, cut two pink construction paper semi-circles smaller than the ears to glue onto the white ears.
Now, cut a pink construction paper triangle nose.
Then, add glue to the backs of the eyes and nose and stick them onto the plate.
Use a crayon to draw the Polar Bear’s mouth on the paper plate below the nose.
Now, use the glue stick to glue the pink semi-circles onto the white ears. And, apply a swipe of glue onto the right and left side of the top of the plate attach the white ears to the polar bear.
This is a simple and fun winter activity for pre-school and early elementary aged kids. It’s so much fun to make and learn about Winter animals.