It’s Easter time! Let’s ring in the spirit of Easter by creating the animal that we associate the occasion with—Bunnies! Try this creative paper craft Easter bunny with your kids!
This activity will:
- Introduce your child to rabbits
- Give him/her a creativity boost
- Keep him/her away from TV/Smartphone
Parental involvement: Medium
Duration: 15 minutes
Skills Acquired: Thinking, Curiosity, Confidence
Want to teach your child about animals? Here's a free worksheet.
- Coloured paper
- A pair of scissors
- Sketch pen
Instructions for Paper Craft Easter Bunny:
- Draw and cut two circles of slightly varying sizes on a white paper.
- Stick them to form the bunny’s head and body.
- Draw and cut two semicircles of a pink paper.
- Stick it the second circle to form legs.
- Draw and cut a pair of ears using pink and white paper.
- Stick it on top of the head.
- Draw, cut, and stick two circles on the face.
- With a sketch pen, add the eyes, nose, bunny teeth, whiskers, and toes!
- Punch two circular holes on the body.
- Make a small carrot.
- Put your fingers through the holes to hold the carrot.
If your child enjoyed this activity, then he/she is sure to love Nature Detective box—packed with activities on fruits, vegetables, animals, plants, leaves, and more!
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