Did you know an adult male polar bear can weigh more than 1,300 pounds? Enjoy creating this Polar Bear craft as you learn more about these majestic animals!

Supplies Needed:

  • RoseArt School Glue
  • Black RoseArt Broadline Marker
  • RoseArt Paint Brushes
  • RoseArt Glue Gun
  • White RoseArt Poster Paint
  • Paper Plate
  • White Tissue Paper
  • White Cardstock Paper
  • Empty Plastic Fruit Cup
  • Large Black Pom-Pom
  • Scissors

Start by coloring in two dark eyes on the paper plate using your Black RoseArt marker.

Color two eyes on the paper plate

For the snout, take a clean, empty plastic fruit cup and paint with your White RoseArt Poster Paint. Allow the paint to dry completely.

Paint the plastic cup with white paint

Place RoseArt School Glue on the paper plate, then place crumpled pieces of white tissue paper throughout. Place tissue paper on the entire plate, but leave a space for the snout.

Glue white tissue paper onto the plate with School Glue

Add ears by cutting out small white circles and glue them to the back of the plate.

Add ears by cutting out circles and glueing them to the back of the plate

Glue the black pom-pom to the front of the snout, and then use your RoseArt Hot Glue Gun to place the snout on the paper plate. Then draw a mouth on the bottom of the snout with your Black RoseArt Marker.

Polar Bear face with glue gun

And there you have it! We hope this Polar Bear craft gets you excited to learn more. Enjoy!

Two polar bear crafts