Hippity-hoppity, Easter is on its way! Let’s hop, hop, hop into this fun preschooler craft! I spotted this cute craft on Education.com.
- Brown paper lunch bag
- Construction Paper
- Kids Scissors, 5″ Blunt
- Elmer’s Washable Glue Sticks
- Cotton balls
- Melissa & Doug Washable Paint
- Small bowl/cup/or plate
- Gather all your materials. Turn the paper bag towards yourself, so the flap is at the top and facing them.
- Depending on your child’s age and ability, cut out two bunny ears, two eyes, and a nose and place them on the flap to make the bunny’s face. We ended up using markers for the mouth and yarn for the whiskers. But you can do googly-eyes, felt, pipe cleaners, or construction paper.
- Next, glue the facial features and ears to the bag. This is a great lesson for the little ones with body parts too.
- Once dried, flip the bag over and glue on cotton balls for the tail.
- To create the fur, pour a little paint in a small cup or bowl and have your child dip a cotton ball in the paint and decorate the bag. We didn’t have pink, so we mixed red and white ― added mixing lesson, yay!
- Let dry. You’re ready for some pretend bunny play ― hunt for Easter eggs, create a show, or just display for decoration! Hey Bunny, where you going?