Fun Easter Bunny Craft Idea

Fun Easter Bunny Craft Idea

Written by Holly (Teach Starter)
Posted Tuesday March 28

These Easter bunnies are doing their rounds on social media…and it’s no wonder why – they are super cute and easy!!

Easter Bunny Craft Photo

Thanks to @missm_ingrade4 and @teaching_with_butterflyqld for their images and guidelines!

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Download our [FREE] Fun Easter Bunny Craft template and print it on white paper.
  2. Trace the outline of the bunny with a black marker.
  3. Choose either straight lines in each section or different patterns. I would suggest lead pencil first and then when the artist is happy, they can go over their lines with a black marker.
  4. Then, colour in the bunny’s sunglasses. The brighter the better!
  5. Cut out the sunglasses and each section of the bunny – 2 ears, 4 head parts, and the body.
  6. Glue each section of the bunny onto coloured card so that you can see a gap between each section.
  7. Then, glue the sunglasses over the top.
  8. Display and admire!

Easter Bunny Template

Easter Bunny Craft Activity

We would love to see your students creations! Take a photo and share on Instagram with the hashtag – #teachstarter.

Here’s some more awesome ‘Insta Bunnies’ created by Teach Starter members:

They look amazing! #soproud #teachstarter #teachersofinstagram #art #bunny

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