Oh, the cuteness!
Do you think bears are cute? I do. Anywhere from teddy bears to those cute bear cubs on nature shows. Granted, I don’t think I ever want to encounter one in the wild, but when it comes to crafting, I want to make them all.
These bear crafts for kids are the cutest of the cute. So grab some craft supplies, gather your kids, and have some fun.
Gosh, they’re adorable!
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Fun Bear Crafts for Kids
Take a plastic spoon, work a little magic, and create a cute little bear. We shared the tutorial for this Spoon Bear craft here.
Make a brown bear paper bag puppet. Check out Coffee Cups and Crayons to make a super-cute bear version of this classic craft.
Use a fun painting process to turn a paper plate into a cool textured bear. Find the directions for this Fuzzy Brown Bear at What Can We Do With Paper and Glue.
Have you ever tried using a fork to paint? It looks like so much fun! Try this method to make this fork-painted bear at Crafty Morning.
Try a little simple origami to make a cute bear hear. Find the tutorial here at All For the Boys.
Use wooden spoons to make some fun bear puppets. Find all the direction here at Messy Little Monster. You can even find out how to make Goldilocks so you can put on a fairy tale puppet show.
More Cute Bear Crafts for Kids
A little bit of paint and paper will transform an empty cardboard tube into a cute bear craft. Find out how to make a Cardboard Tube Bear with our tutorial here.
Roar! Grab a couple of paper plates and start painting to make this super cute Paper Plate Bear from Crafty Morning.
Grab some twine and cardboard to make this fun Wrapped Bear Craft from The OT Toolbox.
Paper plates make great masks. Visit I Heart Crafty Things to see how to transform one into a cool Bear Mask.
Or, you can try this version of a Paper Plate Bear Mask at JDaniel4’s Mom. Both versions look like so much fun!
Make a paw print potato stamp and make paw prints everywhere! Visit Mrs. Plemon’s Kindergarten for the details (and find many other fun bear themed ideas for your little ones).
So many fun bear crafts for kids! Which one is your favorite?