I’m excited to share some ideas for kids to enjoy a step by step arts and craft printable today!
Enjoying rabbit crafts and other paper plate art activities with toddlers is a fun way to keep your preschoolers occupied, developing fine motor skills, and enjoying activities with friends.
Whether you opt to use this build-a-rabbit template in your preschool classroom as part of your ideas for preschoolers, or you want to use this craft to enjoy quality time with your little ones, I’m confident that my paper craft project will give you something to do with your toddlers.
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Free Printable Cut and Paste Rabbit Craft for Kids
Ideas for Rabbit Crafts for Kids
Below are just some of my creative ideas for preschoolers to use this easy rabbit crafts printable to learn, have fun, and engage with other toddlers.
1. Glue to Paper Plate
Using a paper plate with rabbit crafts will allow you to create a bunny mask template as you work on this mom project with preschoolers. Download and print my free printable simple rabbit art, grab a paper plate, and some string.
You’ll use my rabbit crafts as a bunny mask template for kids. Have your kids color their mask template, hole punch a hole on each side of the paper plate, glue your rabbit crafts to the front, and cut holes where the bunny eyes are to make an easy bunny mask for kids.
2. Letter R
Using arts and crafts, such as this easy printable for kids is a fabulous way to help your preschoolers learn the letters of the alphabet. You can print my paper craft printout build-a-rabbit template and have your kids complete their easy DiY project easy paper art.
Once complete, you’ll write an uppercase S and lowercase s on the rabbit crafts to have your kids trace the letters and thus start to gain letter recognition skills for the letter S.
3. Coloring Printable Page
Since my rabbit crafts template for kids comes in both color and black and white, you can easily use my simple rabbit art DIY project for a coloring printable.
Download and print all of my woodland animals printables to create a coloring book for kids. This coloring book will work as just one of the ideas for preschoolers to stay busy and learn more about wildlife.
4. Handmade Gifts
Lastly, you can use rabbit crafts as some of your ideas for preschoolers to make handmade gifts. This build-a-rabbit printable will make an excellent handmade gift for family members.
Have your preschoolers cut out the simple step by step printout and create a simple rabbit art design using a paper plate, cotton ball bunny tail, and other craft supplies to develop a unique handmade gift for family this holiday season.
5. Bible Lesson
In Leviticus 11 the LORD is speaking to Moses and Aaron and telling them what animals they can and cannot eat. In the case of mammals, only those that have hooves, are cloven-footed and chews the cud can be eaten.
In Leviticus 11:6 it says, “And the hare, because it chews the cud but does not part the hoof, is unclean to you.”
This is a great way to teach your little ones what is good and what isn’t to eat. Perhaps that banana is a better option than the sweets. It looks good, but it may not be good for their little tummies.
Forest Rabbit Craft Supplies Needed:
- White Cardstock Paper
- Colored Pencils, Markers or Crayons
- Printable Rabbit Template (FOUND AT THE BOTTOM)
Keep scrolling to get your very own woodland rabbit craft template today and start exploring the forest with your little ones and their paper rabbit buddies!
If you are looking for something your littler kiddos can do while you make this craft with the older ones, be sure to check out our woodland animal coloring pages!
Rabbit Craft Instructions:
After you have printed off your woodland rabbit template, go ahead and cut out all of your shapes. If you are using the black and white forest rabbit template, be sure to color it first and then cut it out.
Then, glue on your little rabbit’s eyes.
After that, glue on his long ears and set his head aside to dry.
Next, you will glue on your little woodland rabbit’s feet.
And finally, glue on the forest rabbit’s head to his cute little body.
He will look like this when he is all done. How did yours come out?
Options to Choose:
- Print the color version for a simple and easy fall, summer or even spring craft or,
- Print the blank version and use it as a fun woodland animal coloring sheet activity and then glue the pieces together.
Free Printable Rabbit Template:
Don’t forget to share your forest woodland plans in the comments.
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