Bear Heads Totem Pole

Adekunle Olanrewaju Jason
Jan 24, 2024 By Adekunle Olanrewaju Jason
Originally Published on Mar 29, 2021
Age 3 - 18
Read time: 0.9 Min

Kids who enjoy coloring will love these free printable bear heads totem pole coloring pages. The symbol of a bear on a totem pole signifies strength and health. It is also believed to represent the fulfillment of the needs of a body and also the fact that flesh is the house of the spirit. It also depicts the values of courage and vitality. The Northwest Indians used these totem pole symbols, which originally included their tribal totems. The Tlingit tribe, Haida, and the Tsimshian used the bear as one of their totem pole symbols. The totem pole bear symbol is basically a realistic depiction of a bear that has large nostrils, paws, and fangs. Qualities of a bear like thoughtfulness, self-contained, independence, and strong-willed nature are also signified by these totem poles. This helpful sheet can be used to help kids with their coloring skills and also learn some facts about bear heads on totem poles. Did you know? Totem poles were originally carved by hands with the use of seashells, sharpened stones, bones, or even beaver teeth.

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