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Get the Free Easter Bunny Craft Template below and you will be able to make enough supplies for a group of 20 kids (or more!) with only about 10 minutes of cutting.
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Here’s What You Need
Here’s your Preschool Bunny Craft supply list (This post contains affiliate links to the products mentioned. Read my disclosure policy for more information):
- Free Easter Bunny Craft Template <— Get it Here!
- construction paper, colored copy paper, or colored cardstock (The bunny’s head is floppy and big so I recommend using card stock for this craft)
- glue sticks (click to see our favorite kind)
- cotton balls
- marker (for face)
Make this Paper Easter Craft while reading these Fun Spring Books:
Step 1: Download and Print the Free Easter Bunny Craft Template
Download the Free Easter Bunny Craft Template. In the next step, learn how to quickly cut out as many shapes as you need.
Step 2: Staple and Cut Out the Easter Craft Shapes
Once you have the template printed out, staple it to construction paper and cut out multiple shapes at a time.
Note: If you want to make this craft with a group of kids, you can staple the template to up to 10 sheets of copy paper, 5 sheets of cardstock or 6-10 sheets of construction paper.
So, did you know, you can staple together 10 pieces of copy paper and cut out 10 shapes at a time?! That’s my SECRET to fast & easy crafting.
Stapling the paper is very important because it makes sure it doesn’t move as you cut. The more staples the better. Cardstock is the thickest so you may only be able to cut 5 sheets at a time.
To Make the Optional Carrot Decoration
If you want to make the optional carrot decoration, follow the steps above for stapling the templates to the orange and green paper. Then cut out multiple shapes at once.
Once you have the pieces cut out. Just glue the three green rectangles behind the top of the carrot.
Step 3: How to Assemble this Rabbit Craft
The kids will have so much fun making this easy Easter Bunny craft!
I recommend having a craft that is already put together so the children can see what the final version will look like.
- Start by gluing the head to the top of the bunny’s body.
- Next, glue on the center of the ears.
- Glue on the bunny’s nose.
- Use a marker to draw on eyes and a smile.
- Optional: Glue cotton balls to the rabbit’s tail.
- Optional: fold the bunny’s arms into his body.
- Finally, glue a decoration into your bunny’s hands.
- Don’t forget to write your name on the back.
Step 1: Start by gluing the head to the top of the bunny’s body.
Step 2: Next, glue on the center of the ears.
Step 3: Glue on the bunny’s nose.
Step 4: Use a marker to draw on eyes and a smile.
Step 5: Optional: Glue cotton balls to the rabbit’s tail.
Step 6: Optional: fold the bunny’s arms into his body.
Step 7: Finally, glue a decoration into your bunny’s hands. Don’t forget to write your name on the back.
And you’re finished!
This is such a fun and simple Easter Activity for preschoolers. It’s the perfect Easter craft for preschool, nursery school, elementary school, for an Easter party or just a fun craft at home idea.
More Free Easter Printables
If you liked this craft, check out some of my other Easter Crafts:
- Easter Egg Craft Template
- Hiding Bunny Craft
- Easter Basket craft with Pocket
- Baby Chick Craft
- Easter Dot Art
- Peeps Craft
- Bunny Feet Craft
As always, I try to make my crafts fast, easy & inexpensive. Enjoy!
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