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Bunny in the grass craft

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Bunnies are among our favorite spring crafts to make with kids. Now that snow is almost gone, here in Minnesota, I’m sure we’ll see more bunnies hopping in the grass. Little ones will also start to show up and they are absolutely adorable. Our bunny in the grass craft is to celebrate this great time of the year when not only bunnies but also kids and adults are happy to see nature coming back to life.

Bunny in the grass craft for kids to make for Easter or to celebrate spring. Easy bunny craft for preschoolers and older kids. #bunnycraft #springcraft #nontoygifts

We have created many bunnies, throughout the years, from our paper plate bunny made by my preschooler at the time to the bunny with carrot made not too long ago. For more ideas, check out this awesome collection of 48 bunny crafts.

Bunny in the grass craft for kids

Bunny in the grass craft

Bunny in the grass craft for kids to make this spring

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Bunny in the grass craft for kids

How to make the Bunny in the grass craft

The Bunny in the grass 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 on white construction paper or card stock paper. Cut out the body, head, ears, feet and eyes and use as is. Cut out the nose pattern and trace it on pink paper, the bow tie on blue paper and the ear detail on yellow paper.

To make  the bunny in the grass craft  you will need 1 white body, 1 white head, 2 white feet, 2 white ears, 2 yellow ear details, 2 eyes, 1 pink nose, 1 blue bow tie and 2 ½ inch strip of green paper.

Bunny body

Start by gluing the big white circle (body) at about 2 inches from the bottom of the orange card stock paper.

Bunny feet

Glue the feet at the bottom of the circle, one foot on each side.

Bunny ears

Add the yellow ear details on top of the ears.

Bunny head

Glue the ears to the small circle (the head).

Bunny on card stock paper

Glue the head onto the orange card stock paper, above the body.

Bunny eyes

Add the eyes.

Bunny nose

Glue the nose in the middle of the face.

Bunny bow tie

Glue the bow tie between the head and body.

Bunny mouth

Use a black marker to draw the mouth.

Snip the edge of one side of the green paper to make grass.

Grass

Wrap the grass around a pencil to give it a curly look.

Bunny in the grass

Glue the grass at the bottom of the orange card stock paper.

STEP BY STEP DIRECTIONS FOR CLASSROOM CRAFTING

Print the classroom template on corresponding colored paper. The body, head, feet, ears and eyes are printed on white paper, the ear detail on yellow paper, the nose on pink paper and the bow tie on blue paper.

To make  the Bunny in the grass craft  each student will need 1 white body, 1 white head, 2 white feet, 2 white ears, 2 yellow ear details, 2 eyes, 1 pink nose, 1 blue bow tie and 2 ½ inch strip of green paper.

Start by gluing the big white circle (body) at about 2 inches from the bottom of the orange card stock paper.

Glue the feet at the bottom of the circle, one foot on each side.

Add the yellow ear details on top of the ears.

Glue the ears to the small circle (the head).

Glue the head onto the orange card stock paper, above the body.

Add the eyes.

Glue the nose in the middle of the face.

Glue the bow tie between the head and body.

Use a black marker to draw the mouth.

Snip the edge of one side of the green paper to make grass.

Wrap the grass around a pencil to give it a curly look.

Glue the grass at the bottom of the orange card stock paper.

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