Polar Bear Gifts for Kids
Do you know a child intent on learning everything about marine animals like our oldest daughter? My favorite polar bear gifts for kids are perfect for birthdays, holidays and even Easter basket gift ideas. Some of these gifts are also a great way to start the conversation about polar bears for International Polar Bear Day. February 27th is the day to draw attention to the challenges polar bears face in the warming arctic and how we can help.
Polar bear gifts for kids ideas
- symbolic polar bear adoption
- polar bear wrapping paper
- National Geographic Kids Mission book: Polar Bear Rescue (affiliate link)
- polar bear slippers (affiliate link)
- polar bear beanie boo (affiliate link)
- polar bear tee
- polar bear hat with mittens (affiliate link)
- standup cardboard polar bear (affiliate link)
- polar bear bookshelf
- skip hop zoo backback and plush set polar bear (affiliate link)
- polar bear umbrella
Other ways to celebrate International Polar Bear Day
Some of these products were featured at my daughter’s polar bear ice skating party. Her seventh birthday party was full of activities, treats, and take homes for our guests.
Currently polar bears are listed as endangered and we can all do our part to make a difference and help protect the bears in their natural environment: The Arctic.
Interview with a Polar Bear Behaviorist
A few years ago, my daughter interviewed a SeaWorld San Diego polar bear behaviorist and learned a lot about the beautiful bears. She shared my interview with a polar bear keeper on the Inside SeaWorld blog and included a list of her favorite facts learned from the interview. She also shared how we can all make an effort to minimize the negative impact we have on The Arctic.
We can all help the polar bears in the Arctic by doing just some easy stuff.
Tiffany said we could do these things:
• Ride to school with friends so you don’t all drive your own cars. Ride your bike if your school is by your house.
• Don’t leave your devices plugged in. Unplug other stuff too if you aren’t using it.
• Recycle trash and try to reuse things. I decorate boxes from food like cereal to hold my art supplies in my bedroom.
• Turn lights off when you walk out of a room.
Join the online conversation today to learn about how you can help make a difference for polar bears too.