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10 Cold-Weather Critter Crafts

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Get into the winter spirit by crafting these cute, cold-weather animals with your kiddos.
Celebrate winter by crafting these cute, cold-weather animals with your kiddos.
1. Penguin Cup Cozy

A cute craft and a science lesson all-in-one, this fuzzy penguin can help keep your kiddos hot cocoa warm!

A cute craft and a science lesson all-in-one, this fuzzy penguin can help keep your kiddos hot cocoa warm!

2. Printable Paper Fans

Yearn for warm weather? Think cool with these adorable animal-shaped  printable paper fans.

Keep cool with these adorable animal-shaped free printable paper fans.

3. Paper Plate Walrus

Use paper plates and craft sticks to create this cute walrus

Your kids can use paper plates and craft sticks to create this cute walrus.

4. Foam Cup Snowy Owls

Transform basic styrofoam cups into adorable snowy owls with the help of some feathers. 

Transform basic styrofoam cups into adorable snowy owls with the help of some feathers.

5. Cardboard Tube Polar Bear

Recycle an empty cardboard tube into this cute polar bear pal!  

Recycle an empty cardboard tube into this cute polar bear pal!

6. Paper Plate Arctic Fox

Practice scissor skills by cutting strips of tissue paper to make this fluffy arctic fox craft

Kids can practice their scissor skills cutting strips of tissue paper for this fluffy arctic fox craft.

7. Craft Stick Arctic Animals

Paint craft sticks and add faces to make all sorts of arctic critters.

Paint craft sticks and add faces to make all sorts of arctic critters.

8. Polar Bear Paw

Compare the size of your hands and feet to the size of a real polar bear paw in this paw-some craft.

Kids will love comparing the size of their hands and feet to the size of a real polar bear paw in this paw-some craft.

9. Paper Bag Snowy Owl

Personalize these cute owls with your own creative decorations.  

Encourage your kids to personalize these cute owls with their own creative decorations.

10. Pom Pom Walrus

Craft this funny walrus out of pom poms and straws.

This funny walrus is crafted out of pom poms and straws.

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