Panda Bear Paper Plate Craft for Kids

Today, we have a delightful project that combines creativity, fun, and a bit of learning—the Paper Plate Panda Bear Craft.

Perfect for kids of all ages, this craft is not only a great way to keep little hands busy but also a fantastic opportunity to teach them about these amazing creatures.

Plus, to make things even easier, we’ve included a free template to guide you through the process.

So, gather your supplies, and let’s get started on creating your very own adorable panda bear!

Panda Bear Paper Plate Craft

Materials

  • Panda bear craft template
  • Paper plate
  • Colored paper (black, green)
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Instructions

First, download and print out the free panda bear craft template, which you can find at the bottom of this page.

Next, cut out all the pieces of the template.

Take the panda head from the template and trace it onto your paper plate, then cut it out.

Now trace the ears, nose, eye patches, and arms onto black paper.

Cut out all the black pieces.

Glue the ears to the back of the panda’s head.

Now glue the eye patches to the panda’s face.

Next, glue the eyes inside the eye patches and glue the nose below the eye patches.

To complete the face, use a black pen to draw a mouth on the panda.

Apply some glue to the top of the arm pieces and attach them to the back of the paper plate so that they hand below the face.

Last of all, let’s make a piece of bamboo for our panda to hold!

Trace the bamboo stem and leaf pieces from the template on a piece of green paper.

Use a green colored pencil or marker to draw a few horizonal lines on the stem to represent the segments of the plant.

Glue the leaves onto the stem.

Use glue to attach the bamboo stick to the back of one of the panda’s hands so it looks like your panda is holding the bamboo.

Completed panda bear paper plate craft for kids

And there you have it—your very own adorable paper plate panda bear!

We hope you had as much fun making this craft as we did designing it.

Not only is this project a great way to spend a creative afternoon, but it also provides a wonderful opportunity to learn more about pandas and their habitats.

Panda bear paper plate craft for kids

Panda Bear Paper Plate Craft

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

Make your own adorable panda with this panda bear paper plate craft for kids!

Materials

  • Panda bear craft template
  • Paper plate
  • Colored paper (black, green)
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Instructions

  1. Download and print out the free panda bear craft template.
  2. Cut out all the pieces of the template.
  3. Take the panda head from the template and trace it onto your paper plate, then cut it out.
  4. Trace the ears, nose, eye patches, and arms onto black paper. Cut out all the pieces.
  5. Glue the ears to the back of the panda's head and glue the eye patches to the panda's face.
  6. Glue the eyes inside the eye patches and glue the nose below the eye patches.
  7. Use a black pen to draw a mouth on the panda.
  8. Apply some glue to the top of the arm pieces and attach them to the back of the paper plate so that they hand below the face.
  9. Trace the bamboo stem and leaf pieces from the template on a piece of green paper and cut them out.
  10. Use a green colored pencil or marker to draw a few horizonal lines on the stem to represent the segments of the plant. Glue the leaves to the stem.
  11. Use glue to attach the bamboo stick to the back of one of the panda's hands so it looks like your panda is holding the bamboo.

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