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Top 10 Teddy Bear Games, Activities & Crafts For Kids

Teddy bear games and crafts help young children develop emotional and social skills.

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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!

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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8 Cute Teddy Bear Pretend Play Activities your Toddler will Love

Does your child absolutely love teddy bears and soft toys?

Are you forever finding them all over the house?

Do you wish your child could ‘play’ with them more?

My daughter has an abundance of teddy bears and soft toys, she absolutely loves them!

But I’m never quite sure what to do with them… I mean they are cuddly, but they don’t get played with all that much

If that’s you too, then it’s time to encourage imaginative play activities with these 8 Teddy Bear Pretend Play ideas for toddlers that you can use those teddies for and have a blast stretching your child’s imagination with these teddy bear activities for toddlers!


Teddy Bear Pretend Play Activity Ideas for Doctors, Nurses, Dentists & Opticians

Kids love to play doctors and nurses – it’s a great way to encourage your child’s caring nature

  • Doctors set – If you have a toy doctors set then you can get this out and run a pretend surgery
  • Waiting area – Kids chairs or the bed could be used to create a doctors waiting area
  • Patient bed – A play bed or a blanket could be used for patients who require treatment
  • Opticians – You could do some pretend eye tests and have some pretend glasses
  • Dentist – Why not inspect teeth (if your teddy bears have any!) You could use this as an opportunity to talk about how important it is to look after our teeth and have some unused brushes to use on your soft toys

These are great teddy bear activities for early years children and are perfect for pretend play at home


Teddy Bear Imaginative Play Activities Tea Party or Picnic

Who doesn’t love a classic teddy bear’s picnic – here are some different ideas for this much loved activity:

  • Princess Tea Party – If you have a lot of princesses this is a great excuse to throw a little tea party! Have dolls sit around in a circle or around a child’s table if you have one and bring out a toy tea set – maybe even bring out some real biscuits for a treat!
  • Outdoor Picnic – This is a great way to get children outside – get a large blanket and make a picnic area in the garden – bring as many teddy’s as you can and some play food to serve (having it outside is also a great way to keep the clean up to a minimum!)
  • Snack time – The best way to do this activity is to incorporate it with your toddler’s snack time! If you have friends join in too then you can talk about sharing food
  • Cake making – You could spend some time preparing with your toddler by doing some baking to share at the special picnic later on

This is one of those classic teddy bear activities for toddlers and preschoolers that can be reinvigorated with a bit of a twist (I mean sometimes you need to keep the grown ups interested too!!)


Teddy Bear Pretend Play Vet Activity

If you have a pet in your house then your child will have some idea of how to care for animals – this activity is a great way to learn about what it takes to look after animals and have a go without any commitments!

  • Pet Carriers – Find a box or something that resembles a pet carrier (a small washing basket could work!) And ‘carry’ sick animals to the vets
  • Bandages – Wrapping up teddies in bandages is a lot of fun! You could either use bandages from your first aid box or some fabric scraps or tissues – anything you have in the home already
  • X-rays – For children that are a little bit older it might be fun to get some black card and use a chalk pen and draw some pretend x-rays of the animal (for younger children you could have a go at making some as a prop)

These activities are popular dramatic play ideas for toddlers and preschoolers who love animals – it’s also a great opportunity to learn about caring for animals


Teddy Bear Imaginative Play for toddlers Story Time

Reading stories is a great way to open up your child’s imagination – and the use of teddy bears as a way to act out stories in a dramatic way is so much fun for little ones! Here are some stories that lend themselves really well to this:


  • The Tiger Who Came to Tea – Judith Kerr
    There are only a handful of characters in this story making it really easy to recreate – all you need is a tiger (or a similar animal!) a girl and a mother – the beauty of this is you can go with whatever works for you, so if the mother is Jesse from Toy story and the little girl is a penguin then that is just fine!!
  • The Gruffalo – Julia Donaldson
    This would be a great activity to do outside. Get a collection of animals that appear in the story and take a walk around the garden acting out the story together
  • Dear Zoo – Rod Campbell
    You could find some boxes or something to wrap up each animal in the story and take it in turns to unwrap each animal! Check out this post for even more Dear Zoo Activities

For lots more ideas on how to bring stories to life take a look at this post on ideas for a Creative Storytime

This is another great opportunity to use teddy bear activities for early years pretend play at home with little ones and just to have a lot of fun bringing stories to life!


Teddy Bear Activities For Toddlers Who love to Play Babies

If you don’t have baby dolls to play with then use your teddies to show children how to look after babies or younger children

  • Nappies – If you can get hold of a pretend nappy or some tiny nappies this is a really fun activity trying to out nappies on the teddies 🙂 Or have a go with reusable nappies if you have some
  • Bottles / Food – You could use baby bottles to show how to feed the babies or talk about breastfeeding or different types of foods that animals might eat
  • Bed/Cot – If you have a toy bed or cot then great but if not a box with a small blanket or even a tray with some cushions would work just as well!

This would be a great activity if you are expecting a new baby in the family – using these imaginative play activities with your little ones will help ease the transition or just make a fun playtime 🙂

6. Teddy Bear Pretend Play At The Shops

Shopping is very popular in pretend play so why not extend this activity to include a whole host of teddy bear customers, shop keepers and cashiers with some pretend money

  • Bakery – If you have a toy kitchen or a table that can be adapted to a make-shift bakery, you could make paper hats for the bakers and use pretend bread and cakes (or real if you want!) and create a baker’s shop
  • Supermarket – If you’ve got a toy trolley or any kind of basket you could set up a supermarket with empty boxes of cereal or small tins of unopened goods from your kitchen lined up on a small shelf. have Panda set up at a pretend till and away you go!
  • Toy shop – This is a brilliant activity to find a new love of old toys! Set up a toy shop with toys that your little one hasn’t played with in a while and see what their teddy wants to buy and play with!


If you would like some free shop printables then head over to this post for some awesome Shop Printables for creating any shop you want!

Pretend play activity ideas don’t need to be anything fancy or complicated – all of the above imaginative play activities can be as simple or as elaborate as you like using what you already have at home

7. Teddy Bear Pretend Play For Toddlers Dress Up

Children love dressing up and playing different characters – but it can get expensive at times. This activity is great because you can use things you already have in your home for some teddy dress up fun!

  • Winter Accessories – Wooly hats, scarves, gloves and mittens all make for great toddy bear outfits! Why not dress your teddy up for a trip to the North Pole and for extra measures wrap teddy in a blanket coat!
  • Sunny Days – Sunglasses, baseball caps, sun hats and flip flops are great for getting teddy ready for a day out in the sun – whether that’s to the beach or just in your back garden it’s always good to be properly dressed for the occasion!
  • Dress Smart – You could try on ties, bow ties, smart glasses, or maybe you have some baby shoes your little one has outgrown to complete a smarter look ready for  atrip to the theatre – you could even put on a show for all your smartly dressed teddies!

We love this imaginative play for toddlers idea because it is so easy to do and much cheaper than dressing up your toddler!


Teddy Bear Activities for Early Years - Preschool Play

Whether your child goes to nursery, preschool or stays at home, they will probably have some idea of what a learning environment is and so this is a fun activity to play out in a few different ways..


  • Teachers – let your child have a go at leading teddy bears through a lesson – if you have a white board or chalk board or even a piece of paper – let them practice their letters as they teach their teddies!
  • Teddy teaching – why not just use the teddies as a resource for counting, sorting or pairing – you could count how many animals their are, you could match teddies together depending on their colour, or you could sort them into large and small – the possibilities for this are endless and you don’t need any extra toys!

As a child I remember playing school with my brother – these are definitely classic pretend play activity ideas that are great to encourage learning through play!

Teddy Bear Activities For Toddlers Recap

So there you have it, 8 Teddy Bear Pretend Play Ideas For Toddlers to get you thinking about how you can use that big collection of teddies and encourage your child in imaginative play activities!

  1. Create a Pretend Play Doctors, Nurses, Dentists or Opticians for preschool dramatic play
  2. Have a Tea Party or Picnic in the garden for awesome pretend play at home
  3. Set up your own Imaginative Play for toddlers Vet Clinic
  4. Set up dramatic play ideas for toddlers based on a Favourite Story
  5. Get some dolls out and Play Babies for great teddy bear activities for early years children
  6. Create your very own Shop and have teddy bear customers!
  7. Create imaginative play activities easily by Dressing up your teddies with whatever you have to hand
  8. And finally, set up your own pretend play for toddlers Teddy preschool, a great way to learn through play!

I hope you have fun with these awesome pretend play activity ideas for toddlers and preschoolers at home!

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Happy Playing!

Louisa | Mum’s Creative Cupboard

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  • What material should the teddy bear be made of?
    • Classic plush
    • Real or faux fur
    • Velvet
    • Suede
    • Linen, cotton
  • Which teddy bear filling should I choose?
    • Sintepon
    • Down
    • Holofiber
    • Cotton wool
    • Granules
  • What to look for when choosing a stuffed bear for a child: the main rules
  • What kind of games are stuffed bears suitable for?
    • 0 to 12 months
    • 1 to 1. 5 years
    • 1.5 to 3 years
  • Questions cult toys. The first bears appeared on the shelves of children's stores in the early 20th century. Today, the range of bears is almost limitless, and children still use them in their games. However, before buying a plush friend for your child, it is important to pay attention to a number of parameters. So, let's talk about how to choose the right soft toy, as well as in which games you can use a teddy bear.

    Expert opinion

    Svetlana Sergeevna


    You can give your child soft toys from birth. Nice plush fur promotes the development of motor skills and new sensations, but it is important to ensure that the baby does not put the toy in his mouth. Also, kids with a tendency to allergies should play with plush toys with extreme caution.

    What material should the teddy bear be made of?

    A variety of fabrics are used for sewing soft bears: plush, natural fur, linen, cotton, etc. Let's talk in more detail about each of the possible solutions, and what fabrics you should pay attention to first.

    Classic plush

    Plush is a type of velvet. The material has a fairly thick and high pile up to 8 mm. Plush toys are very soft and pleasant to the touch. They have an attractive appearance and are often bought by collectors. However, these products have a number of disadvantages. First of all, such bears need to be regularly looked after, and in case of contamination, it will be very difficult to get rid of the stain on your own.

    Suitable for:

    • Children from 5 years old.
    • Adults collecting.

    Natural or artificial fur

    These teddy bears have a pleasant texture and excellent appearance. The length of the pile and the color of the fur can be any. The cost of these toys depends on the size and quality of the fur. However, these items must be properly maintained. Otherwise, over time, the villi will roll down. In addition, with careless handling, the fur may fall out.

    Suitable for:

    • Children over 5 years old.
    • Collectors.


    This is a soft fabric based on natural and synthetic fibres. On the outer side of the material there are characteristic longitudinal stripes. The pile is quite small, smooth, looks beautiful and noble. In most cases, velveteen is dyed in dark and muted colors. Velveteen toys are durable, easy to care for, they practically do not accumulate dust and dirt.

    Corduroy, made from cotton, may shrink after washing, which is why corduroy toys should not be machine washed.

    Suitable for:

    • Children from birth to develop motor skills and sensations.
    • Collectors.
    • For older toddlers for everyday role play.


    This soft and velvety fabric is durable, strong and resistant to mechanical stress. Bears made of suede do not have a thick and high pile, due to which they practically do not accumulate dust. This is a great option for sewing hypoallergenic products. Suede does not require complex care, and to remove stains, it is enough to wipe the material with a damp cloth.

    Suitable for:

    • Children with allergies.
    • Babies from birth.
    • Older children for everyday play.

    Linen, cotton

    These fabrics do not have lint, but at the same time they are quite in demand when sewing author's soft toys. The color of products can be any. These toys are easy to care for, however, do not machine wash them. Bears made of cotton and linen do not cause allergies, do not accumulate dust.

    Suitable for:

    • Children from birth.
    • Toddlers with a tendency to allergies.
    • Adult collectors.
    • Older children for everyday play.

    This is not the whole list of materials that modern manufacturers use for sewing soft bears. When choosing the right fabric, be sure to consider the age of the child.

    Expert opinion

    Svetlana Sergeevna


    Babies under one year old should not buy products with thick pile, which can accumulate dust and dirt. For children over 3-5 years old, there are practically no restrictions.

    Which teddy bear filling should I choose?

    The range of stuffing for stuffed bears is quite varied. That is why, when choosing a toy, it is very important to pay attention to this criterion. So, let's figure out what type of filler will be the ideal option for you and your child.


    The most common type of filling today. It is a synthetic material that does not accumulate dust and does not cause allergies. In addition, the synthetic winterizer has a small weight, due to which the finished toy is very light.

    What is important to remember when choosing a padding polyester?

    Filling may clump over time, especially after washes. That is why it needs to be taken out and sorted out from time to time.


    Natural down is almost never used in the manufacture of toys on an industrial scale, but it is quite common among private craftsmen. This is not the best option for stuffing children's toys. Do not forget that despite the natural origin, it is fluff and feathers that most often cause allergies. In addition, over time, mites and other parasites that feed on organic matter can get inside the product.


    An excellent alternative to padding polyester. Bears stuffed with holofiber are also lightweight, keep their shape well, do not accumulate dust and do not provoke the development of allergies. Unlike synthetic winterizer, holofiber does not crumple even after washing. Thus, it can be called the ideal solution for making teddy bears.


    Another outdated type of filler. Cotton toys can provoke the development of allergies. In addition, such products retain odors, dry very poorly if wet, and are an excellent environment for the development of fungus and mold. It is also worth noting that cotton wool has a fairly large weight, which means that playing with such a bear can be very inconvenient.


    Glass, metal or plastic beads are often used in combination with other fillers. They act as a weighting agent in the paws, head, and bottom of the toy. When choosing toys with granulates, it is important to consider that they are not suitable for independent play by children under 3 years old, since there is a high probability that small balls can get into the child's mouth through holes. But toys with granules are perfect for developing motor skills and tactile sensations.

    Some private manufacturers of soft teddy bears use natural materials for stuffing: cereals, seeds, nuts, etc. This is an excellent option for developing motor skills. However, do not forget that any natural stuffings have a limited shelf life and require some care. Otherwise, over time, they become a home for all sorts of bacteria, fungi and mold.

    What to look for when choosing a stuffed bear for your baby: the main rules

    In order for the toy to benefit the child, parents must remember a number of rules and strictly observe them:

    • For babies under 3 years old, choose soft bears made of lint-free materials. Remember that babies often put objects in their hands into their mouths.
    • If your child has allergies or a tendency to develop allergic reactions, choose toys made from synthetic materials. Also, do not buy too "fluffy" products, as they can accumulate dirt and dust.
    • Pay attention to the quality of seams and fittings. If the filler is visible between the threads, refuse to buy such a product.
    • For older children, you can buy toys with additional features, such as sound or light effects.
    • Smell the toy before buying. If the bear emits an unpleasant chemical smell, and also smells of mustiness and mold, do not take such a product.

    The right quality teddy bear will be a great friend for your child.

    What games are teddy bears suitable for?

    The choice of contour games depends only on the age and preferences of the child.

    From 0 to 12 months

    At this age, the baby gets to know the outside world. For him, not only visual and sound, but also tactile sensations are important. Soft bears can be used for their development. Toys made from a combination of materials are best suited for this purpose. The kid can feel the nose, eyes and paws of the bear, thereby developing fine motor skills.

    From 1 to 1.5 years old

    Babies are quite inquisitive after a year. In this case, the soft bear can be used to get to know the outside world. For example, using a plush toy as an example, you can teach where the eyes, ears, paws, etc. are. For this age, it is also worth choosing toys from lint-free fabrics.

    From 1.5 to 3 years old

    Babies of this age are already smart enough, they understand the speech addressed to them. At this stage, a teddy bear can be your main assistant. You can come up with various stories where the teddy bear will be the main character.

    Try role-playing games: put the bear to sleep, feed him lunch or drink tea. If the baby refuses to sleep alone, put the bear next to him. Thus, the child will have psychological protection.

    Expert opinion

    Svetlana Sergeevna

    Children's pediatrician

    A teddy bear will help in the development of communication skills. It is he who can become the first "interlocutor" of your child. Try to build simple dialogues, including your bear in them.

    After 3 years the child is able to build role models of behavior independently. In this case, the teddy bear will be a great companion for any games. Inventing different stories with the participation of a plush friend, your baby develops the imagination. A soft toy - a bear will help in the development of tactile sensations, communication skills.


    Do soft toys have an expiration date?

    Soft toys are issued with a certificate of conformity, which is valid for 5 years. In fact, the shelf life depends on the quality of the filler, the frequency of use, etc.

    Which teddy bear is better: with natural or artificial filling?

    It is best to choose toys with artificial fillings. They do not cause allergies, resistant to fungi, mold and bacteria. In addition, the service life of such toys is much longer.

    Can a child sleep with a teddy bear?

    A child can sleep with a teddy bear if it meets safety standards. Thus, the baby receives psychological protection, calms down faster and falls asleep.

    Can the teddy bear be machine washed?

    Instructions for the care of the toy must be indicated on the label. Some products do not tolerate rough washing and may shrink after the procedure. That is why it is important to pay attention to the type of stuffing and the material used to make the bear.

    What should I do if my soft toy smells bad?

    If there was no unpleasant smell before, most likely, you need to look for a problem in the filler. Especially if natural materials were used for stuffing. It is not safe to give such a toy to a child!

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