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Materials:
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White Puffy Paint (recipe)
White Texture Paint (recipe)
Construction Paper
Paintbrush
Fun ideas for enhancing your lessons on the Inuit tribes of North America.  These are great for children of all ages and
you'll find recommended reading to pair alongside the themed activities.  We made an
Inuit Lapbook and a few Arctic
File Folder Games to go alongside our learning!  
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These polar bears make wonderful classroom
decorations, and are fantastic for lapbooking
and notebooking cover pages as well.  Best of all
you will find recipes for texture paint to give
your artwork that 3-D feel.
Polar Bear Art for Kids
Step 1
Find a polar bear stencil that you like, we
picked ours up here.
Step 2
Trace your stencil onto construction
paper.  Choose a darker color of paper
so that the
Step 5
Mix up your gritty paint
Step 4
Apply your puffy paint to fill the polar
bear shape.
Step 3
Mix up your puffy paint
All Done!
Add glitter if you like to make it sparkle.  
These go wonderful alongside polar bear
Missuk's Snow Geese
Stunning artwork, the author's memories
of life in the Arctic and information about
many of the featured animals make My
Arctic 1, 2, 3 the perfect book for
families to share and cherish. You can
count on it!s
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My Arctic 1,2,3
In the land under the Northern lights, a
little girl dreams of carving snow geese
out of soapstone, just like her father.
He promises that he’ll teach her when
he returns from his hunt....
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