This Walrus Craft is an Easy Cut and Paste project that kids can make with our Free Printable Template. Perfect for doing with your Polar unit study.
Walruses are fascinating creatures, and this project will allow children to create an animal that they might not know very much about.
At the end of this post, I have shared some facts about Walruses that kids can quickly learn and talk about while showcasing their craft.
Easy Walrus Craft for kids
This week we are learning about the polar region and animals. As part of this unit, we created the Popular Arctic animal, the Walrus. It is pretty easy to make with our Template.
- Printable (Download at the end of the post)
- Blue Cardstock
- White foam sheet.
Directions to make walrus with template
Download the printable at the end of the post. It has two versions, one is pre-coloured, and the other has outlines which kids can colour and make the Walrus. I recommend printing on thick Paper like Cardstock.
Cut out each element of the Walrus craft template.
Glue all the pieces together with a paper glue stick. You can leave it as it is or create a background of the Arctics.
Paste a White foam sheet or white Paper about one-third of the width on a blue cardstock paper. This represents snowy land near the sea. We also added some foam Ice Blocks on the sea and some waves with white chack.
Our Walrus craft is complete
Here is my 4-year-old daughter’s version of walrus. I gave her the supplies and a few instructions to Cut them out glue them together. She just referred to my work and recreated this.
It s a very easy project that you could do with your Preschooler this winter. You can download the free template here
Here are some Walrus facts for kids
These are really simple sentences that kids can learn and teach others while showing their crafts.
- Walrusses are Huge marine mammals
- It lives in the Arctic ocean and Pacific ocean.
- They have long tusks and whiskers.
- They use their front flippers as hands to grab things.
- Walruses spend most of their time on ice or in the water near ice.
- They eat sea urchins, crabs, octopus and fish.
I taught these facts to my daughter, and she shared these facts about Walrus while showing her craft to her grandparents. I hope you would also enjoy learning about walruses with this craft.
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You might also like our Artic Animals 3 Part cards to learn about all the Arctic animals.