Easter Kids Craft
Rabbit Stick Puppet with Rhyme
Children will use and develop fine motor skills.
- Rabbit printout
- White craft paper
- Crayons or markers
- Spray glue
- Craft stick
What you do:
Print rabbit pattern and let children color the rabbit. With spray glue, attach to white craft paper and cut out. Glue feet and ears to the back of the puppet (see pic 1). Fold ears down and feet up as shown in picture.
Let children use the rabbit puppet while reciting the following rhyme:
The Little Bunny
There was a little bunny who lived in the wood,
He wiggled his ears as a good bunny should.
He hopped by a squirrel, He hopped by a tree.
He hopped by a duck, And he hopped by me.
He stared at the squirrel. He stared at the tree.
He stared at the duck. But he winked at me!
(Tune: Hokey Pokey)
You put your bunny ears in,
(Place hands on head to make ears.)
You put your bunny ears out.
You put your bunny ears in.
And you shake them all about.
You do the Bunny Pokey
And hop yourself around,
That's what it's all about!
You put your bunny nose in,
You put your bunny tail in,
You put your bunny paws in,