|Learn about circles, sizes and body parts with this easy bear craft.|
- Kids 8 years and younger should use child-safe scissors.
- Watch out for this sign . It means adult help is needed for the particular step.
|1.||Draw and cut out various-sized circles from paper, craft foam, or felt to make a bear's head. You may choose colors other than those suggested below:
|2.||Glue the inner ears on top of the ears.|
|3.||Glue the pair of ears behind the largest circle.|
|4.||Glue on the muzzle, nose, and eyes.|
|5.||Draw the mouth with a marker or crayon.|
|6.||As easy as that, you have just made a bear out of circles!|
|Some variations you can do with your bear include:
|Learn more shapes by framing the bear with squares and/or rectangles.
Framing multiple bears can be a nice way of exhibiting the children's finished bear crafts. If you've got lots of kids in your class, you can even make a bear quilt!
|Create a body for the bear with more basic shapes. This purple teddy bear has an oval body and smaller oval limbs.|
|Step up your creativity by turning the bear you made into an adorable Teddy Bear Tote.|
|A miniature bear can be made into a cute pencil topper.
Check out how to make more pencil toppers out of craft foam in this Craft Foam Pencil Toppers craft.