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Peeking Bunny Easter craft for kids (with free template)

Paper Easter bunny craft for preschoolers and above

This peeking bunny Easter craft is a fun and easy project that your children will enjoy making. It is a simple craft and hence kids as young as preschoolers can do the craft.

You can help them with cutting the bunny and carrot out from the template.

So shall we start?

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So, let’s start!

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Materials Required:

  • Template #17 – Peeking bunny Easter craft template (available in our free resource library – get the password by signing up using the form in step 1)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • A piece of paper

Easter craft activity for preschoolers step-by-step tutorial

Step 1: Download and print the free Easter bunny template

Peeking bunny Easter craft for preschoolers with free bunny template

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Free printable template for Easter bunny craft

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    Step 2: Cut the shapes out from the template

    Peeking bunny Easter craft for preschoolers with free bunny template

    From the template, cut all the parts of carrot and bunny out. Younger kids may not be able to do it on their own. You can assist them, if necessary.

    Peeking bunny Easter craft for preschoolers with free bunny template

    Now, take a small rectangular piece of paper as shown in the above pic. We cut a paper of width 1 cm and length 7 cm.

    Apply some glue to the base of the paper and stick it on the carrot.

    You can take the lines on the carrot as a reference to understand where to stick it.

    Now, make a small fold on the top of the paper piece, leaving some space to stick our peeking bunny’s head. And stick the bunny’s head to the white paper.

    Peeking bunny Easter craft for preschoolers with free bunny template

    Take the half carrot shape and fold along the borderlines towards the back. Apply glue to the sides of the half carrot and place it on the peeking bunny.

    Make sure you apply glue only to the extended sides and not to the inner portion.

    Peeking bunny Easter craft for preschoolers with free bunny template

    Now, stick it on the backside of the carrot as shown in the picture above.

    Peeking bunny Easter craft for preschoolers with free bunny template

    Here is our peeking bunny. Isn’t it adorable?

    Try this easy craft at home with kids this Easter and let us know how it went.

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