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3-D Easter Bunny Templates

PDF | 11 pages|Grades: 3 - 6

A set of ten 3-D Easter bunny templates.

What do you get when you cross 3-D objects and Easter Bunnies? Not sure? Click the Download button to find out!

Use these templates in the weeks leading up to Easter to practice identifying 3-D objects or working with nets.

Print out the nets on paper. Have students color/decorate their bunny, then cut out the net along the dotted lines and fold them to create the 3-D object. Attach the flaps of the net using tape or glue.

The nets include:

  • cube
  • rectangular prism
  • triangular prism
  • pentagonal prism
  • hexagonal prism
  • octagonal prism
  • cone
  • cylinder
  • triangular-based pyramid
  • square-based pyramid.

A page of bunny ears is included in the download. Be sure to give each student a set of ears to attach to their bunny!

This activity is great to use as a math center activity.

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