Cute Bunny Box (printable template)

Here’s a fun paper box for Easter. You can fill it with Easter candy, grass/jelly beans, or anything else fun. My friend sent this to me and said her 2nd graders just LOVE it. Thanks!

small Easter bunny box to color and cut

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Eggbert the Easter Egg

Before my siblings and I were born, my mom taught elementary school. So all growing up, we did all the crafts, songs, games, etc. that elementary school teachers do with their classes. Here’s one of the Easter songs from my childhood: Eggbert the Easter Egg.

Click here for a video with the song. Click here to hear the song and read the lyrics.

Here’s an activity that goes with the song (or as a generic Easter craft):

Eggbert the Easter egg cut out center3 copy

Sorry, the sample didn’t scan well!

Eggbert the Easter egg cut out center2 copy

Depending on what you’re doing with this pattern, choose different egg parts.

Eggbert the Easter egg cut out center1 copy

Directions

Submitted by a fellow teacher. Thank you!

Giant Easter Bunny Craft

A second grade teacher just submitted this fun craft! It can be made with any color paper, and turns out to be about 3 1/2 feet tall! Thank you!

Easter Bunny pattern 3 1-2 feet tall

Easter Bunny picture 3 1-2 feet tall

Starch Painting Easter Eggs

Here’s another fun craft we did this week: we painted tissue paper squares on to paper Easter eggs. Just mix starch with water and apply it over the pieces of tissue paper. Then hang them up to dry. Easy as that! Happy Easter!

starch painting eggs 2 starch painting eggs

Flying Bunny Craft

My friend Carol tried this with our kinders today and they loved it! We went to the top of the play structure and tried to get our bunnies to fly to different spots on the ground. Super easy craft for kindergarten or preschool… probably would also be fun for first or second grade as well. I mean, come on… who wouldn’t enjoy making a flying bunny rabbit!? Happy Easter!

Click here for the free printable PDF: Flying Bunny pdf

flying bunny