See also Easter theme
Pat The Bunny - Dorothy Kunhardt
The Runaway Bunny - Margaret Wise Brown
Bunny Cakes (Max and Ruby) - Rosemary Wells
Little Bunny Follows His Nose - Katherine Howard
Bad, Bad Bunnies - Judy Delton
Bunnies In School - K. Paget
Home For A Bunny - M. Brown
What Bunny Loves - Cyndy Szekeres
Songs, Poems, Stories, & Fingerplays
Did you Ever see a Bunny? - sung to "Did you ever see a lassie?"
Did you ever see a bunny, a bunny, a bunny,
Did you ever see a bunny, that hops -- so slow?
He hops, and hops, and hops, and hops,
Did you ever see a bunny, that hops so slow?
Joe The Bunny - sung to "I'm a Little Teapot"
I'm a little bunny, my name is Joe.
(hold up two fingers)
I hop fast and I hop slow.
(hop fingers around fast and slow)
Whenever I get sleepy, my ears droop low,
(bend fingers down)
But after my nap, up they go!
(hold fingers straight up)
Arts & Crafts
Tuna Can Bunny
Scrap Construction Paper
Cut a pice of felt to cover the outside of the tuna can, and glue it in place. Use your imagination, construction paper, scrap felt, markers, and anything else you want to decorate the can to look like a bunny. Glue on the cotton ball for the bunny's tail. These bunny containers can then be filled with Easter treats! Perfect for jelly beans.
Bunny Upside Down In Pot
Just wanted to let you all in on a cute Easter craft that my dcks did on Wednesday. It REALLY turns out cute and is relatively easy and very cheap. You will need: small teracotta pots (sp?), Jumbo plastic eggs, filler paper (crinkle design or Easter grass), cotton balls, Foamies 9x12 foam sheet in pink or fuschia and one in white. I painted the pots white prior to the kids getting them, then allowed them to sponge paint (actually dab with cotton balls) pastel colors on them. I then cut about 1/2 inch or a little more off the top of a dixie cup and glued that inside the pot and then glued the plastic egg (pointy side DOWN) into the dixie cup. I ran a ribbon of craft glue around the inside edge of the pot and the kids stuck the crinkle design filler paper to the glue (some sticks out, etc.). I also cut and glued the Foamies into bunny feet (white was the actual feet and the fuschia was cut for the pads of the feet) and then I glued the pads of the feet onto the white part of the foot and they glued the feet onto the egg. The last thing they did was to glue a cotton ball on as a tail. (It is supposed to look like a bunny sticking upside down in a pot since I haven't told you that before this.) Anyway, I know my directions stink, but they really do turn out SOOOOOO cute and the kids had a blast doing them. The parents loved them as well.
~Submitted by Traci in ND
"I just made the bunny upside down in the pot by Traci in ND and for the feet I used an egg shape and for the pads of the feet a heart and for toes punch out from the hole punch and 1 1/2 inch pom poms for the tail. She is right Soooooooo cute." -- Sherry in OK
1 paper plate per child 2 ears per child cut out of brown construction paper 3 black whiskers per child
Fold paper plate in half and staple it together. Have the children color the rabbit brown. Attach the ears with glue to the one end of the curved plate. Glue on 3 black whiskers. Have the children draw on eyes and a nose with crayons Glue on a cotton ball to the opposite end of the face.
~Submitted by Carole in TX
Theme IdeasPlay Pin the Tail on the Bunny!
A child begins by being "it". Everyone hops like a bunny
trying to keep from getting tagged by the child that's "it".
~Submitted by Trena
Make paper rabbits with numbers on their stomachs and cover
with clear adhesive plastic. Pass out rabbits to children
and have them put as many buttons on the stomach as shown by
the numeral. Pass rabbits to the left and repeat.
~Submitted by Leigh Outlaw
In The Kitchen
Bugs Bunny Carrot Cake
2 cups sugar
4 whole eggs
3 cups grated carrots
2 tsp. baking soda
1/2 tsp. salt
1 tsp. vanilla
1 cup canola oil
2 cups cake flour
1 tsp. apple bake Seasoning
8 tbsp. margarine
3 cup sugar, confectioner's
8 ounces cream cheese
1 teaspoon lemon extract
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Beat granulated sugar, vanilla, eggs, and oil in large mixing bowl until smooth. Add grated carrots, flour, baking soda, spices, and salt to sugar mixture. Beat at medium speed for 2 minutes. Pour into greased & floured 9 x 13 pan. Bake for 45-50 minutes until done. Test with toothpick in center. Remove cake from pan and cool on rack until completely cool. Spread frosting over cake and refrigerate until ready to serve.
Cream margarine and cream cheese. Beat in 3 cups powdered sugar and lemon/water mixture (1 tsp. Lemon Extract and Water to make 1 Tbsp.) until light & fluffy.
~Submitted by Nicole from Iowa
Bunny in a Cup
2 cups cold milk
1 pkg instant vanilla pudding
2 sticks black licorice
1/4 cup vanilla frosting
red food coloring
8 oval cream-filled vanilla sandwich cookies
8 green jelly beans
4 pink jelly beans
In a bowl, beat milk and pudding mix for 2 minutes or until thickened. Pour into four small bowls; refrigerate. Cut licorice widthwise into fourths, then lengthwise into thirds; set aside. Combine frosting and red food coloring; frost top of cookies to within 1/2 inch of edge. Just before serving, insert two cookies into each bowl of pudding for ears. Add green jelly beans for eyes and a pink jelly bean for nose. Place three pieces of licorice on each side of the nose for wiskers. Yield: 4 servings
~Submitted by Karla
Annie's Bunny Trail - Annie's Holiday Fun
Mix and Match Bunny Game - Billy Bear 4 Kids
Help The Bunny Deliver Eggs - Bry Back Manor
Book Bunny - Craft At Home
Bunny Water Globe - Craft At Home
Fluff Bunny - Craft At Home
Nutty Bunny - Craft At Home
The Bunny Boom - Craft At Home
Clay Pot Bunny - Craft At Home
Wash Cloth Bunny - Craft At Home
Rabbit Theme - First School
The Adventurous Bunny and Easter Island - The Learning Box
Brown Bag Bunny - Pam's Place
Bunny Pattern Activities - Preschool Express
Letter From the Easter Bunny - Simply Kid Stuff
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