Adorable Shredded Paper Bunny Craft
Do your kids love bunnies? They’re soft and cuddly and simply adorable! So let’s learn about these cute creatures and read some fun books about them! Then, let’s make a shredded paper bunny craft that kids will love! You can also join along with The Virtual Book Club‘s bunnies theme by heading over to the Facebook group.
How to make the Shredded Paper Bunny Craft
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- shredded paper/Easter basket grass
- paper plate
- cardstock or construction paper
- large wiggly eyes
- pom pom
- fuzzy sticks
- pink marker
- flower embellishments; optional
Start by adding glue over the entire surface of the paper plate. Stick on the shredded paper. We used crinkle cut paper in white, but making a pink, yellow, or other color bunny would be super cute too! Let dry.
Cut ears from the cardstock and color the inside of each with a pink marker. Glue to the backside of the paper plate.
Next, glue on the large wiggly eyes and pom pom nose. Then, cut a fuzzy stick to create whiskers. You can stick these on with glue, however, we used glue s to adhere it since it sticks fuzzy craft products on better.
Add a flower or bow tie if you’d like!
Isn’t it darling? Another way to make this shredded paper bunny is to use cotton balls instead.
See also: Footprint Bunny
Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale by Mo Willems
This is a cute story about a favorite stuffed toy, something most kids can relate to. The little girl and her dad visit the laundromat where Trixie is a great helper. On the walk back home, she realizes her Knuffle Bunny is missing. Since she is too little to speak, she has to figure out a way to tell her dad what’s wrong. It’s a charming story about the miscommunication of a toddler trying to say something while her dad thinks she’s saying something else. In the end Trixie says her first words, can you guess what they were?
The background illustrations are in black and white, while the characters/people are in color. It’s great for preschoolers and kindergartners.
This stunning book tells a brilliantly true-to-life tale about what happens when Daddy’s in charge and things go terribly, hilariously wrong.
More Kids Books featuring Bunnies
It’s Not Easy Being a Bunny (Beginner Books(R))Bunnies For TeaHome for a Bunny (Little Golden Book)Pat the Bunny (Touch and Feel Book)
More Bunny Activities from the Virtual Book Club:
How to make Homemade Bunny Crayons – Messy Little Monster
Knuffle Bunny Color Exploration Activity – JDaniel 4’s Mom
Eraser Stamped Bunnies – Mama Smiles
Sidewalk Chalk Bunny Alphabet Game – The Educators’ Spin On It
Bunny Color Hop for Toddlers and Preschoolers – Toddler Approved
Hopping Bunnies | A Measurement Activity for Kids – Inspiration Laboratories
Bunny Hop Number Line Game – Teach Beside Me
This shredded paper bunny craft can be made in any color and is a great way to use up Easter grass! In the past, we’ve also made these shredded paper birds.