Teaching your kid about Arctic animals? Here’s one more to add to the list. This fun Arctic hare craft project is super fun and easy to make, and a great way to keep your kids busy and engaged with something fun.
Scroll down and keep reading to discover how to make this easy kids craft!
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Arctic Hare Facts
You can also team up this Arctic hare activity with some fun facts about these animals and take it up a notch.
- The Arctic hare is sometimes called a Polar rabbit.
- The females are larger than the males.
- They also have the ability to swim
- To get their water content, they eat snow.
What Does The Arctic Hare Do?
The Arctic hare usually thrives in the cold Arctic regions, but is known for its set of eyes which are on either side of the head, which allows them to look sideways, in the front and even in the back without turning their head.
Supplies Needed For This Arctic Hare Craft
You’ll need just a few supplies to get started with this easy kids craft activity!
- Colored Stock Card
- Black Marker Pen
- Iodised salt
- Watercolor Paints
How To Make This ArCtic Hare Paper Craft
Ready to get started on this easy kids craft? Begin by downloading and printing out the free printable.
Next, cut out the individual elements and set them aside.
Now, get your kid to glue the individual pieces of the animal together using a glue stick.
And that’s it. It is that simple.
You can also get your toddler to create a nice watercolour background to go along with it.
You can get him to do it in any colour of his preference.
And of course, you’ll need the template to get started.
Download Your Arctic Hare Template Here!
Want to get your kiddo to try out some more fun similar craft projects? Here are a few good suggestions to get you started with.
- Letter R Worksheets For Preschool Kids
- Cute and Easy Paper Plate Animal Crafts
- Polar Bear Craft For Preschool Kids
- Arctic Cod Fish Craft For Kids
- Recycled Egg Carton Crafts
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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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