Make this adorable R for Rabbit Craft using our Printable Template that’s perfect for learning about domestic animals, Easter, letter R, herbivores or animal habitats.
We move on to our next A to Z Alphabet Animal Craft with the letter R. This craft is from our eBook – A to Z Alphabet Animal Crafts for Kids.
Rabbits are the just the cutest animals around! With their long floppy ears and their bobbing tails, they are irresistible. When my daughter was in preschool, she played a bunny at their annual day program and she looked adorable. So she was more than thrilled to make this easy R for Rabbit Craft!
R for Rabbit Craft with Printable Template
This adorable rabbit craft needs a printable template, Felt and a CD to make. You could easily substitute the Felt with Foam or Construction paper, even cardstock.
Supplies needed to make this R for Rabbit Craft:
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- Printable Template
- Light Pink Felt or Construction Paper or craft foam sheets
- White Felt or Construction Paper or craft foam sheets
- Red Felt or Construction Paper or craft foam sheets
- An old CD
- White Cotton balls
- Pink pom pom
- Black string
- Glue Gun or Glue stick if using paper.
- Googly Eyes
Steps to make this R for Rabbit Craft:
Print the Craft template on an A4 or Letter Sized paper. Cut out all the parts – the white head and ears and the pink inner ears.
Use these cutout templates as your reference points and trace onto Felt. We used a 2mm stiff felt to make this craft. Alternately, you could use construction paper or craft foam in similar colors.
Use a Glue gun ( when using felt) to secure the rabbit’s body on top of an old CD. Stick the pink inner ears at the base of the white outer ears. Glue the ears to the back of the head.
Assemble the face by gluing on the nose and whiskers. Add the eyes and your rabbit craft is ready.
This printable R for Rabbit craft is perfect for Kids aged 5 and above and improves their fine motor skills, visual perception, and hand-eye coordination. Parents and teachers can also make these at home or class and have their child or students assemble it independently. These crafts can be made by teachers and used as props, puppets, or even for classroom decoration.
Also, check out how to make an Easter Bunny Paper Craft.
If you homeschool, run a childcare, or teach any elementary aged kids, this R for Rabbit Craft would be a great supplement to your Letter of the week curriculum. Add this fun craft project when you are studying the letter R, talking about domestic animals, studying about farms or if you are looking for an Easter theme or crafts based on the book The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
Here are some fun facts about the Rabbit:
- A rabbit’s teeth and nails never stop growing throughout their life.
- Rabbits eat their own poop to digest it further!
- A rabbit takes more than 15 naps a day.
- Baby rabbits are born blind and are called ‘kittens’.
Here are some Rabbit Themed Books that go with this craft
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