How to Make Paper Plate Ring Toss Bear: Craft and Game for Kids
Make the Ring Donut
- Fold the paper plate in half and cut out the middle.
- Use a marker to draw the icing around the donut.
- Paint it with water colours.
- Add dot stickers.
Make the Bear
- Cut out a large oval from white card stock.
- Draw on a mouth and hair.
- Paint the bear’s face and a paper towel roll.
- Cut out eyes from felt. Cut out white circles for the white part of the eyes. Glue them together and then on the front of the bear. Add a black dot sticker to the iris.
- Cut out ears from cardboard. Cut out inner ears from felt and glue them ot the bear.
- Add some yarn for additional hair. And dot stickers for the cheeks.
Prepare the Paper Towel Nose
- Make 1/2 inch tabs along the bottom of the cardboard tube.
- Cut out a black oval and a slightly smaller white oval from construction paper.
- Glue them together and add a dot sticker for the nose.
- Glue this on top of the cardboard tube.
- Tape the tube to the nose of the bear by putting clear tape in the tabs.
Age Suitability for Paper Plate Ring Toss Bear Craft
This activity is good for toddlers, pre-k, kindergarten aged children 18 months old and up. My kids are 4.5, 4.5 and 8 years old.
The mess level for this activity is medium.
Difficulty to Create
Language development, color recognition, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, imaginative play, creativity.
Supplies for Paper Plate Ring Toss Bear Craft
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- Cardboard tube/toilet roll
- Tape, glue or glue gun
- Paper plates
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