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Bunny carrot craft

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This bunny carrot craft makes a great Easter project to do with kids at school or home. It is simple and only requires construction paper as the main supply. Preschoolers and kindergartners will enjoy practicing their fine motor skills, cutting out the patterns and gluing them together. The craft comes with a template for your convenience.

Bunny carrot craft for kids to make this spring or for Easter. Easy paper bunny craft with template. #nontoygifts #bunnycraft #springcraft

If you’re looking for ideas to get your kids excited over spring gardening, our bunny carrot craft may be of help. Gardening helps me go through the snowy months at the beginning of each year, when I start my seedlings in the basement. Sometimes my kids help me water them but they start playing a more active role when we take the plants outside in the garden. We are all excited to watch the veggies grow and can’t wait to eat tomatoes and cucumbers. We also tried carrots last year as they are my oldest’ favorite.

Paper bunny craft with template for kids

The inspiration for this bunny carrot craft came from a cute little bunny my son and I saw one morning by our main door. I noticed bunny tracks in the snow by one of the door sidelite and a couple of minutes later we saw a bunny hoping by the other sidelite and then looking inside the house. We figured he was hungry and was looking for food so we grabbed a carrot from the fridge and put it outside by the door. Unfortunately, the rabbit got scared when we opened the door, it ran away and never came back.

Bunny with carrot craft for kids

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Bunny carrot craft

Easter bunny craft for kids

Supplies:

  • Bunny carrot template
  • Construction paper: brown, light blue, pink, black, orange, green, white
  • White cardstock paper
  • Black marker
  • Scissors
  • Glue

How to make the bunny carrot craft

The bunny carrot template comes with two versions:

1. home template – print the template, cut out the patterns and trace them on corresponding paper.

2. classroom template – print the pattern directly on colored paper and cut them out.

This way you can easily craft with just one or two kids as well as with a classroom full of students.

STEP BY STEP DIRECTIONS FOR HOME CRAFTING

Print the home template, cut out the patterns and trace them on corresponding colored paper.

To make the bunny carrot craft, you will need 1 brown head, 2 brown ears, 2 blue ear details, 2 eyes, 1 pink muzzle, 1 black nose, 2 white teeth, 1 orange carrot and 1 green carrot leaf.

Bunny ears

Start by gluing the blue ear details on the brown ears, one on each ear.

Bunny head

Glue the ears to the back of the head.

Bunny head on cardstock paper

Apply glue to the back of  the head and ears and glue them onto a white cardstock paper.

Bunny muzzle

Glue the teeth onto the pink muzzle.

Carrot

Glue the carrot and leaves together.

Carrot and teeth

Add the carrot to the back of the teeth.

Bunny with carrot

Glue the muzzle with teeth and carrot at the bottom of the face.

Bunny nose

Add the black nose on top of the muzzle.

Bunny eyes

Glue the eyes to the top of the face.

Use a black marker to draw the eyelashes and whiskers.

STEP BY STEP DIRECTIONS FOR CLASSROOM CRAFTING

Print the classroom template on corresponding colored paper. The head and ears are printed on brown paper, the ear details on light blue paper, the muzzle on pink paper, the nose, eyes and teeth and white paper, the carrot and orange paper and the carrot leaves on green paper.

To make  the bunny with carrot each student will need 1 brown head, 2 brown ears, 2 blue ear details, 2 eyes, 1 pink muzzle, 1 black nose, 2 white teeth, 1 orange carrot and 1 green carrot leaf.

Start by gluing the blue ear details on the brown ears, one on each ear.

Glue the ears to the back of the head.

Apply glue to the back of  the head and ears and glue them onto a white cardstock paper.

Glue the teeth onto the pink muzzle.

Glue the carrot and leaves together.

Add the carrot to the back of the teeth.

Glue the muzzle with teeth and carrot at the bottom of the face.

Add the black nose on top of the muzzle.

Glue the eyes to the top of the face.

Use a black marker to draw the eyelashes and whiskers.

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