Spoon Bear Craft for Kids

My favorite kinds of kids crafts are ones that can be used as a toy later. This fun and easy spoon bear craft is the perfect example.

Today I’d like to welcome a special guest, Amanda from Easy Crafts for Kids. She’s going to share a fun puppet craft that I know you and your kids will love. Take it away Amanda!

Time for a bit of let’s pretend with Easy Crafts for Kids and their Crafty Critters! Make our spoon bear and then don’t stop there – make him some animal friends too!

Craft Supplies Needed:

Plastic spoon, glue, markers, pipe cleaner, craft foam, googly eyes and pom pom

Recommended Age Range:

4 years old and up

Time to Complete:

30 minutes

Step #1:

Grab a brown marker (you can choose to make your bear grey or black too). Color the back side of the spoon completely with the marker.

Step #2:

Glue on your googly eyes and a pom pom for a nose. We found that using a hot glue gun will help these stay in place better – just remember hot glue guns require adult supervision!

Make a cute and simple spoon bear craft for kids. It's fun to make and later to play with as a bear puppet or story-telling prompt.

Step #3:

Bend a brown pipe cleaner into two small circles, these will be your bear ears. Cut out two circles of pink craft foam to fit in the middle of these circles. Glue the craft foam in place.

Step #4:

Glue the pipe cleaner ears to the inside of the spoon at the bottom (which is the top of your bears’ head).

Come see all our easy crafts for kids! We have tons of crafts and we will keep you entertained for hours and hours.

Easy Crafts for Kids is a one stop shop for kids crafts for all ages and occasions! Come see what our Crafty Critters are up to!

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her at Better Than Homework where she shares fun learning activities or Creative Family Fun where she shares art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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