What's more fun than a bear hunt? With this clever craft, your students will enjoy making up their own adventures.
- Westcott 5” Kids scissors
- large bear tracer
- construction paper sheet
- blue tissue paper
- green, white, and brown paper scraps
- brown paint
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Trace the bear shape on the construction paper and then cut out the tracing to make a bear map.
Create landmarks and glue them to your map. For instance, fringe-cut a strip of green paper to create grasslands, cut and crinkle a piece of blue tissue paper to make a river, and cut several green triangles to make trees. Use brown paint to create a marsh.
Dip a fingertip in the brown paint and make a path across the map. Just after the last pawprint, draw a picture of a bear. When the paint is dry, share your map with another student to follow the bear's route!
Adult supervision is recommended when children use scissors.
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