Daily Archives: June 8, 2020

Library Online Activities: Tuesday 09/06/2020

Easy Pop Up Bear Heart Card

Today we have found the craft that anybody would love. Puppies! Thank you Maggy from Red Ted Art, Oooh I am so excited to share a brand new Pop Up Card Project with you! I am just a little bit obsessed with Pop Up cards.. mainly because they are much much easier to make than you think, and yet oh so fun! This one is a special Valentine’s Day Card for Kids, but would of course also be suitable for Birthdays or Mother’s Day! Make this Pop Up Bear Heart Card/ Cat Card with us today!

Easy Pop Up Bear Heart Card for Kids to make on Valentines, printable worksheets available!

Why it is great to do this craft with your kids

  • Develop fine motor skills & accuracy
  • Reading skills & following instructions
  • Looking at symmetry & basic shapes
  • Fun Seasonal activity

Easy Pop Up Bear Heart Card for Kids to make on Valentines, printable worksheets available!

Pop Up Cat/ Bear Heart Cards – Materials needed

Easy Pop Up Bear Heart Card for Kids to make on Valentines, printable worksheets available!

  • Card Stock for the card
  • Red paper for the heart
  • Contrasting paper for the cat/ bear & decorating
  • Pen
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick

Worksheet instructions plus simple bear template are available on Teacher’s Pay Teacher’s !! In the meantime, our step by step video and instructions provide sufficient information, so that you can make your own!

Easy Pop Up Bear Heart Card for Kids to make on Valentines, printable worksheets available!

How to make a pop up bear heart card

Watch the How To Video for detail instructions! Or follow the step by steps below!

Cut our your basic shapes for your card:

Cut out the templates and trace onto your colored paper. Or create your own as per the video instructions!

You will need:

  • 6 hearts,
  • one oval teddy bear/ cat head,
  • two small circle teddy ears/ triangle cat ears,
  • one oval teddy nose (in a different colour or you can draw it on later)/ small heart shaped cat nose
  • question mark cat’s tail,
  • 4 circle paws.

NOTE: the bear is made up of basic shapes. You can adapt it to create other animals – e.g. add pointy ears for a cat and cut out a tail too. Long bendy ears for a rabbit or floppy ones for a dog.

Make your 3d Pop Up Heart

Fold the 6 heart shapes in half down the middle.

Add glue to one side of one half heart and press a second heart on top of this, so two heart are sticking together.

Repeat until you have a stack of 6 hearts. Put to one side.

Assembling your animal features

Now assemble your bear’s/ cat’s head. Glue the ears and nose in place. With a pen add eyes and any other features – e.g. why not add an outline.

Check positioning of head and heart. Then glue the head onto your card.

Add glue to both remaining outside halves of the heart and carefully glue in place. Make sure the heart “spine” aligns with the line down the centre of your card. Don’t press down too heard on the bottom half of the heart as you need to slide the feet under.

Add glue to the circle paws and glue the hands “on top of the heart” and the feet just under.

Add details in pen and repeat for the other side.

Finishing off your cards with speech bubbles and puns

If you wish you can now decorate the rest of the card with more hearts and speech bubbles.

What puns can you think of?

You are Bear-y nice! I love you Bear-y much!

(We also love these printable bear hug gifts!)

You are Paw-some! You are Purrrrr-fect!

What other animals can you make?

Easy Pop Up Bear Heart Card for Kids to make on Valentines, printable worksheets available!

English Storytime

Amazon.com: Clark the Shark: Lost and Found (I Can Read Level 1 ...

Tuesday, June 9th 2020. English Storytime, Mrs.Rous is reading ‘Clark the Shark Lost and Found’ by Bruce Hale.

Thai Storytime

Tuesday, June 9th 2020. Thai Storytime, Miss Nan is reading ‘โคอาล่าขอเวลา…อีกเดี๋ยว’ by รัตนา คชนาท.

Accessing Storytime Videos:

For Students please visit Firefly to access content.

For Parents of Pre-Prep students please find a link on ILD (Interactive Learning Diary) website to access Storytime videos.