Contributed by Leanne Guenther
Kids will have a "bear-y good time" making this simple color, cut and paste paper craft for Easter.
Read a bit about DLTK's Grow With Me Craft Concept to get some ideas on how this basic craft idea can be used with different materials to make it appropriate for everyone from ages 2 thru 82!
Tip 1: Glue the bear to the front of a folded over piece of construction paper or a doily to make a cute card.
Tip 2: Purchase fancy paper from the scrapbooking store and print the B&W version onto this for an extra fancy Bear.
Tip 3: Scotch tape a straw or popsicle stick to the bottom to make a puppet.
Tip 4: Glue a small piece of sandpaper on the back to make a felt board character.
Tip 5: Cut construction paper into 4 inch wide strips as long as you can make them. Tape two together to make even longer. Measure around child's head to make a construction paper 'crown'. Glue Bear to front of the crown to make a hat.
Tip 6: Add a little message like:
Have a 'bear-y' good Easter!
Option for mass-producing - young children:
Print out the B&W template. Trace the pieces onto stiff cardboard
(back of paper pads works well) or margarine/ice cream container lids.
Cut out to make permanent templates. Allow the children to trace
these permanent templates onto different colors of construction paper to
make their bear.
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