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Most kids I know love crafting, and these bear crafts for kindergarten and preschool will go great with all of your bear themed units and activities. Check out all 19 ideas!
Preschoolers have so much fun crafting and making art. The crafts featured below are perfect for little hands.
Help your preschoolers explore their creative side with these fun bear crafts. They’ll be so proud of themselves.
bear crafts for kindergarten and preschool
Read some of your favorite bear picture books, your preschoolers will have a blast making and eating some tasty teddy bear toast for an afternoon snack.
Preschoolers will love creating this simple fork-painted bear craft. Using a fork instead of a paint brush creates a unique texture that kids will love.
After reading Corduroy with your preschoolers, they’ll enjoy using teddy bear cookie cutters and stamps to create their own Corduroy Bears.
Turn a tissue box into a bear cave and explore bear hibernation with your preschoolers.
I love handprint and footprint crafts! These handprint and footprint teddy bears will make great keepsakes and will be the perfect addition to your preschool bear theme.
All you need to make these paper bag bear crafts is a paper bag and some crayons or markers. It doesn’t get any easier than this.
After visiting the bears at your local zoo, your little ones will love coming home to make their very own Grizzly Bear Toilet Paper Roll Craft.
You won’t believe how easy it is to turn an ordinary plastic spoon into a Spoon Bear. This little guy is great for storytelling and imaginative play.
Gather leaves and twigs on your next nature walk, and use them to decorate a Hibernating Bear Paper Plate Craft.
Your little crafters will love creating these Cardboard Tube Bears. Maybe they’ll be inspired to create a whole zoo full of cardboard tube animals.
Cut out a pile of different sized circles, and even your toddlers can make this Simple Bear Craft.
Celebrate winter and hibernation with this fun “Time to Hibernate” Bear Craft. It’s simple enough for young preschoolers to create on their own.
Gather up your extra paper plates and let your preschoolers turn them into a sweet little paper plate bear.
This super cute Toilet Paper Roll Paddington Bear Craft features a video tutorial so you can decide which parts to do yourself and which parts your preschooler can do. It’ll take teamwork to create this one.
Have you ever tried needle-felting with your little ones? Kids ages 5+ can try it while they make this Kid-Made Felted Bear Ornament.
Homemade Bear Paw Cookies will make a great snack for you and your preschoolers to make and eat this afternoon.
Tearing paper is a great fine-motor skill builder for little ones. After tearing some brown paper, little ones can use the pieces to make a paper plate bear.
Little ones will love acting out their favorite bear books after making a bear finger puppet.
From no-prep activities to “this could get messy”, there a bear craft on this list for all of your kids to try! So, which bear craft for kindergarten and preschool will you try first?