Spring is the perfect season to make bunny crafts and get kids involved in educational bunny activities. This bunch of bunny activities will keep your kids busy as they learn, create, and have fun. From bunny craft ideas to bunny literacy lessons, this list has all the bunny activities you need. Here are 18 bunny activities that your learners will love!
1. Toilet Paper Roll Bunny
This adorable bunny craft uses empty toilet paper rolls. Kids paint or color toilet paper rolls and cut them up to create cute baby bunnies. Even more fun; kids can use the bunny rolls as stamps. They can also make egg-shaped stamps to add to their bunny craft creations.
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2. Q-Tip Bunny Craft
In this activity, kids will use q-tips to create the perfect bunny. Kids combine the q-tips to make the bunny’s face by gluing them onto a paper plate. Then, kids add cut-up paper plates for the ears, and a puff ball for the nose.
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3. Bunny Paper Plate
This activity uses paper plates to make cute bunny faces. Kids will use a paper plate as the face, glue on googly eyes, a pom-pom nose, pipe cleaner whiskers, and draw on a mouth, before adding on the ears.
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4. Bunny Alphabet Game
This is a great activity to help kids recognize letters in a fun, bunny-themed way! Parents print the bunny alphabet game and kids draw the letters on the sidewalk. Then, kids pull out each letter from their basket and hop to the matching letter on the sidewalk.
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5. Bunny Mask
This is a cute bunny craft that kids can play with or even use to put on a play. They will make a mask using a paper plate and decorate it like a bunny. Kids will use pipe cleaners for whiskers and decorate their ears with colored construction paper.
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6. Bunny Finger Puppets
These bunny crafts are super cute. Kids will create bunny figures using construction paper. They can then cut two holes in the bottom of the bunnies to fit their fingers through. Kids can then use the bunnies as finger puppets and put on a cute show.
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7. Bunny Bookmarks
This super simple craft is fun and cute. Kids make a bunny bookmark using a popsicle stick. They can decorate the popsicle stick with markers or paint it to look like a bunny. Kids can then use fine-tip markers to draw on the eyes, whiskers, and nose.
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8. Sock Bunny
These sock bunnies don’t require any sewing. They are fast and easy to make, and they come out looking like cute bunnies. All you need is a brightly colored sock, a fine-tip marker, some ribbon, and a rubber band.
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9. Feed the Bunny
This is an activity that requires numbered carrots and a rabbit with a cutout mouth. Kids put the carrots, in consecutive order, into the bunny’s mouth as quickly as they can. Kids can play this by themselves or with friends, and it helps them build fine motor skills too!
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10. Carrot Counting
This counting activity encourages kids to help the bunny plant her carrots. Kids count the carrots and plant the number on the card into the bunny’s garden. Kids will practice counting skills, number recognition, and fine motor skills.
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11. Bunny Painting
This painting craft is perfect for a Springtime project. Kids will use a bunny outline and fill it in with paint. Kids can explore different patterns and textures using different materials from homes like bubble wrap, sponges, or saran wrap!
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12. Sticky Rabbit
This bunny activity helps kids practice fine motor skills. They use contact paper, tape, construction paper, and cotton balls to make a bunny decal. Then, the kids decorate the bunny with sticky paper pieces and cotton balls.
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13. Fork Painting
This unique painting craft is perfect for school or at home. Kids use a plastic fork to dip into paint and make their own bunny painting. They use the fork like a paintbrush and then decorate their painting with googly eyes, ears, and a nose to resemble a bunny.
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14. Bunny Handprints
This craft requires white and pink paint, and hands! Kids will use their handprints to make the outline of a bunny. Then they decorate it with eyes, a pink nose, and ears to complete the craft.
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15. The Runaway Bunny
Read-a-loud is the perfect way to introduce a unit or start a series of activities. The Runaway Bunny is a book that pairs well with bunny crafts and snacks. Kids will read The Runaway Bunny and then make a bunny craft.
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16. Bunny Envelope
This cute bunny envelope is a great way to get kids excited to send a letter. Kids can write a letter to a friend or family member for Easter and then send it in this homemade envelope!
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17. “B” is For Bunny
In this activity, kids make a bunny letter card using cotton balls. Kids will make the letter “B” and then use googly eyes and markers to make the bunny’s face. They can use construction paper to make the ears.
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18. Sounds Matching
This is a sound/letter-matching activity that helps kids build literacy skills. Kids match the picture on an Easter basket with the sounds that the picture begins with, then they match that picture with another picture that shows the same sound.
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