Prepare to embark on an icy expedition with our collection of 14 polar bear coloring pages that are all free to download and print! Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of these Arctic giants, renowned for their survival skills and glistening white fur that perfectly mirrors their snowy surroundings.
For this series, you will find many illustrations of polar bears, including them in their natural habitat, cute polar bear cubs, Christmas-themed polar bears, roaring polar bears, cartoon polar bears, and many more that you can see below!
To use any of these pages, click on an image or link to open the printable on a new page. Once opened, you can then freely download or print as many as you like!
All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!
10 Craft Ideas To Do With Polar Bear Coloring Pages
Polar bears are loved all over the world by children of all ages.
If those coloring pages are piling up, put them to good use by completing these crafts.
1. A Fluffy-Faced Bear
Begin this fun craft by having the youngster color a big polar bear face, and glue it to the bottom of an ordinary paper plate.
Next, make the polar bear’s face come to life with a layer of cotton batting glued to the cutout with rubber cement.
Use a large black pom-pom for an adorable nose, and add a black pipe cleaner to make a smile. Giant wiggling eyes complete the face.
Ears can be made from pink felt, and your youngster has an adorable keepsake.
2. Unique Artwork for Any Occasion
To make this unique polar bear craft, fold a piece of construction paper in half to open upwards with the bottom piece lying flat.
Glue a small pile of cotton balls to the base with invisible glue. On the upright part, glue tiny white pom-poms in a random pattern to depict snow.
Color and cut out a polar bear walking on all fours and glue the legs in between the cotton balls to look like it’s strolling in the snow. Display this adorable artwork anywhere!
3. North Pole Kings and Queens
This craft is fun and easy, and any child can do it. Using coloring pages featuring big polar bear faces, have the youngsters color them, glue them to posterboard, and cut them out.
Next, have the children make headbands from posterboard in their favorite color, ensuring they measure them before attaching the ends.
Glitter, puffy paint, and pom-poms make great “jewels” for their crowns, and the polar bear face can be attached to the center.
The youngsters can enjoy being polar bear kings and queens!
4. Fuzzy Desktop Organizers
To make these delightful desktop organizers for pencils, pens, and markers, have the youngsters fashion a cylinder out of white poster board, making it as wide or narrow as desired.
Once the polar bears are colored and cut from the pages, they can be glued to the cardboard cylinders.
Wiggle eyes, pom-pom ears, and webril craft cotton can be used to make the polar bears come to life, and pens, markers, and pencils can be stored inside the cylinder.
5. Stand-Up Polar Bear Decorations
Begin this easy craft by having the youngsters color two identical polar bears walking on all four legs.
When the bears are cut out, they should be glued together, except for the legs. A white pipe cleaner should be cut up and used to reinforce the inside of each leg.
Glue or staples will keep the pipe cleaners attached. This allows the polar bears to stand on their own, and the youngsters can display them anywhere they choose!
6. Striking Black-and-White Artwork
This unique craft is fun and affordable and appropriate for kids of all ages. Give each child a piece of black construction paper and some white puffy paint.
The paint is used to create a snowy background against the black paper, and then the finished polar bear can be cut from the page and glued on top.
Large wiggle eyes, a pom-pom nose, and pink felt ears complete this adorable piece of artwork, and it’s perfect for framing!
7. Hilarious Polar Bear Ornaments
For this comical craft, have each youngster cut out his or her polar bear and attach it to a large craft stick.
Next, from white construction paper, the children can make polar bear “legs” by cutting strips and folding them up accordion style, vertically.
When taped onto the cutout, the legs bounce up and down comically when the child uses the craft stick handle.
Adding silly wiggle eyes will make this craft even funnier!
8. A 3D Greeting Card
To make this cute 3D greeting card, have the youngster color a polar bear, cut it out, and glue it to a layer of cotton batting.
A medium-sized piece of posterboard should be folded in half and the cutout glued to the right side, leaving the left side for a handwritten message.
A big black pom-pom makes a great nose, pink pom-poms make adorable ears, and wiggle eyes or buttons are perfect as eyes.
Tiny pom-poms or white glitter placed around the edges will depict snow, and the child has a perfect card for any occasion.
9. Polar Bears on an Iceberg
Begin this engaging classroom craft with a large piece of blue posterboard, and have the youngsters decorate it with paper snowflakes or silver glitter.
Next, have them glue a layer of cotton balls across the bottom in a circular shape to depict a giant iceberg.
When they are finished coloring and cutting out their polar bears, they can be added to the iceberg to look like a giant polar bear float!
10. Create a Colorful Polar Bear Door Sign
Once the coloring page is complete, have the youngster cut the bear out and glue it to construction paper in their favorite color.
With yarn and a pom-pom, the child can fashion a hat and glue it to the top of the cutout. Using tissue paper in the same color, a “scarf” can be created and glued under the polar bear’s chin.
Big wiggle eyes and the youngster’s name in bright puffy paint complete this colorful door sign.