Polar Bear Footprint Kids Craft

Polar Bear Footprint Kids Craft

Create a cute polar bear using your child's foot and fingers. Teach your child fun facts about polar bears by visiting the National Geographic Web site for kids. Easy to create, fun to make and becomes a great keepsake!

Classified: Easy and is great for younger children.

What you need:
  • White and black paint
  • Blue construction paper
  • Feet and hands

What to do:
1. Paint the bottom of your child's foot white and the big toe black to act as the polar bear's nose. Print onto the blue sheet of construction paper.
Bottom of foot painted

Then Stamped

2. Add paws by painting the tips of your child's fingers and print 4 underneath the polar bear body.
3. Use a black fingertip to an eye.
3 year old adding embellishments

4. Use white finger tips to create a snowy ground and snowflakes falling from the sky.
Polar Bear Books

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  1. This is a cute project to go along with a polar bear unit!

  2. Super cute! My little one loves polar bears.

    I'd love for you to link up and share: http://tutusandteaparties.blogspot.com/2011/12/pinteresting-linky-party-week-nineteen.html

  3. Oh my, that is SO CUTE!!!

    Thank you for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!


  4. so cute! I love polar bears! We love the story of Snowy's Special secret too, it's adorable. Thanks for sharing on momstown arts and crafts!


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