COTTON BALL POLAR BEAR | Easy Paper Crafts for Kids (by Chalk TV)

COTTON BALL POLAR BEAR | Easy Paper Crafts for Kids (by Chalk TV)


-Hey everyone! I’m Eric, your resident DIY
dad here at BabyLeague and today we’ve teamed up with Chalk TV for another
awesome arts and crafts project to keep your little ones entertained. Today we’ve
got the Puffy Polar Bear. Let’s get started. -How about a Puffy Polar Bear Art
Project? You will need a paper plate. Pink, black, and manila construction paper.
Googly eyes, a black pipe cleaner, and a lot of cotton balls.
Alright, let’s cut two circles for the ears from the manila construction paper.
Then cut two smaller circles from the pink construction paper. Cool! Now glue
those pink circles onto the manila circles and glue this onto the back of
the plane. Are you ready for the fun part? You get to glue cotton balls all over.
Around the ears and the entire plate one by one. Have fun with them cotton balls! Now the cute bear nose. Let’s glue two
cotton balls on top of each other. Then cut out an oval from the black
construction paper and glue that on top. We better not forget the smile. Let’s cut
our black pipe cleaner in half and make a smiley face. You have to glue that down
as well, so let’s glue on those googly eyes. Roar! Now we have a puffy polar bear
to play with. -This one was a blast. Let us know in the comments below how your
little one’s polar bear turned out. We love hearing how you guys are enjoying
all of these fun projects. Be sure to give this video a thumbs up. Make sure
you guys are subscribed to BabyLeague and we’ll see you next time with another
fun DIY with Chalk TV. Bye!

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