Top 10 Teddy Bear Games, Activities & Crafts For Kids

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Most kids love teddy bears! What makes them great is how cuddly and soft they are. It instills responsibility and creativity in kids. Teddy bear games for kids can also teach them how to handle soft toys, care for them and look after them.

If you’re here because your children love teddy bears, look no further! We have compiled a list of games, crafts, and activities suitable for kids who love teddy bears. Scroll below to learn about them and try them out with your kids!

Top 10 Teddy Bear Games, Activities And Craft Ideas For Your Kids

Here are ten ways in which you can incorporate the teddy bear theme in your kid’s free time activities:

1. Teddy Bear Hide And Seek:

  • To play the teddy bear hide and seek, one player will have to play the role of a bear and mark an area as the bear’s den.
  • Next, the bear will close its eyes and count a certain number while the other players hide.
  • Once the count is up, the bear will go and find the hiding players.
  • The players have to try and reach the bear’s den without being spotted.
  • The player who gets spotted first will be the bear in the next round. If all players reach the den safely, the kid who played the bear will have to repeat.

2. Find The Teddy Bear:

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You Will Need:

  • Cardboard
  • Pair of scissors
  • Glue
  • Craft sticks

How To:

  1. Cut out bear shapes from the cardboard and glue the sticks at the back. Hide them in different places around the house.
  1. Ask your kids to find the teddy bears within a given amount of time. The kid who comes back with the highest number of teddy bears will be the winner. It is an interesting teddy bear games for kids of all ages.

3. Stick Teddy’s Nose:

You Will Need:

  • Cardboard
  • Pair of scissors
  • Marker pen
  • Brown paper
  • Drawing pin

How To:

  1. Cut out a teddy shape from the cardboard and make eyes with the marker.
  1. Draw a circle on the place where teddy’s nose will be.
  1. Cut a round shape from the brown paper and push the drawing pin through it.
  1. Blindfold each kid by turn and ask them to pin the nose on the teddy. The kid who reaches the closest will win. This is a simple teddy bear games for children which help them to develop their skills.

4. Pass The Teddy:

  • Ask all the kids to sit in a circle and hand one teddy bear to one child.
  • Start playing the music and ask the kids to pass the teddy from one to the other, just like the pass the parcel game.
  • Now pause the music in between and give a task to the kid who is holding the teddy. It could be anything such as dancing, reciting a poem, impromptu storytelling or anything that is appropriate to age.
  • The kid who stays until the end will be the winner.

5. Dress Up Teddy:

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  • Ask your kid to arrange a few items that will help them dress up their teddy bear toys.
  • Your kid can arrange certain items such as doll clothes that will fit the teddy, headbands, flowers, caps, muffler or scarves and so on.
  • Once everything is in place, ask them to dress up teddy.

6. Teddy Bear Race:

  • Ask all kids to stand with their teddy placed tight between their knees and stand in a line.
  • The kids have to run with the teddy between the knees.
  • The kid who reaches the finish line first will win.

7. Teddy Bear Hugs:

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  • One kid will be the ‘it’ and will have to catch the others.
  • Once they catch a kid, ‘it’ will have to give the kid a big bear hug.
  • The kid who is caught will be the next ‘it.’

8. Teddy Bear Parade:

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  • Ask the kids to line up with their teddy bears.
  • Let them start marching and sing a teddy bear song, such as “we’re going on a bear hunt, we’re going to catch a big one, what a beautiful day, we’re not scared.”

9. Teddy Honey Race:

  • Hand a small bowl of honey to every child. Ask them to sit with their teddy and start eating when you give the signal.
  • The child who finishes first will be the winner. It can be the fun, exciting and interesting teddy bear craft for kids.

10. Teddy Bear Tote:

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You Will Need:

  • Paper bowl
  • Small lid
  • Pair of scissors
  • Construction paper
  • Glue
  • Ribbon
  • Black marker
  • Buttons

How To:

  1. Place the bowl on the construction paper and draw a circle. Cut it out.
  1. Cut two smaller circles using the lid and cut them out.
  1. Cut off a little portion from the top of the bowl that will be the opening in the tote.
  1. Glue the big circle on the open part of the bowl and the smaller ones on the top back to make ears.
  1. Use the ribbon to make the tote’s handle, the buttons to make the eyes and the marker to make the nose and mouth.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I make an easy teddy bear with old clothes?

You can easily use your old or worn-out clothes to make a teddy bear. First, take a large-sized fabric and draw a teddy bear pattern on it. Now cut it out from the edges, fold and sew or glue the ends, leaving an open back. Now pick all the random pieces of clothing and stuff them inside the teddy bear fabric. Now close the open end by either sewing or using a glue gun.

2. How do I spend time with my teddy bear?

You can have a fun time with your teddy bear by having a tea party, reading a book, telling stories, dressing him up, or engaging in role-play games.

Teddy bears are practically every baby’s first toy. They’re soft and furry, ideal for cuddling with your kids. Apart from snuggling with them for comfort or hugging them to sleep, try some fun teddy bear games for kids and let them enjoy. Activities such as a teddy bear costume party, a teddy bear parade, or a honey race on a teddy bear are super fun and can excite children across all age groups. And don’t forget to join in the fun and keep your kids accompanied.

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Debolina Raja

Debolina Raja came into the writing world while she was playing around with words and participating in various literary events. In the professional world, she found her writing interest in various genres such as health, wellness, parenting, relationship, and brand management. Having done a Masters degree in English literature from Delhi University, she loves reading, heading out on road trips, hibernating...
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