Introducing your toddler to Arctic animals? Here’s one you wouldn’t want to miss out. Get this chance to teach your kiddo about the Arctic fox through this Arctic fox craft activity and make it even more interesting and fun.
Ready to give it a try? Read on to know how to get started.
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What Is An Arctic Fox?
The arctic fox, also sometimes known as the polar fox or the snow fox or even the white fox, is an animal that resides in the Arctic regions of the Northern hemisphere. It has been known to tolerate the freezing temperatures of up to –58°F.
What Do Arctic Foxes Eat?
Arctic foxes usually live for 3-6 years and during their life span, they eat practically anything they can get- even dead animals. Most of the time, they survive by eating birds, insects, small mammals and even berries.
Supplies Needed For This Arctic Snow Fox Craft
You’ll need just a few basic art supplies to get started on this fantastic activity!
- Colored Stock Card
- Black Marker Pen
- Iodised salt
- Watercolor Paints
How To Create This Arctic Fox Art Project
Ready to get started on this activity? First download and print out the free printable which I’ve attached towards the end of the post.
Next, cut out the individual elements and set them beside each other for easy access.
And there it is! It is all done.
If your toddler enjoyed this activity you could also get him to create a water-coloured background to go along with it, like this one!
How To Draw An Artic Fox
If you’re wanting to take things a step further, you could use our artic fox craft as a way to teach children how to draw an Arctic fox. It’s super easy and fun and is a great way to add more to this activity.
Print Your Free Arctic Fox Template Here.
Looking for some more activities themed around Arctic animals? Here are some more to get you started on.
- Arctic Cod Fish Craft For Kids
- Polar Bear Sensory Bin for Kids
- Polar Bear Craft For Preschool Kids
- Arctic Coloring Pages For Kids
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts, preschool music and reading with kids. Don’t forget to follow our fun crafts and creative ideas over on Facebook.
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