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.
Acme United Corporation. Text and design by The Education Center, Inc.®