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A Easter Bunny Tail Printable Craft

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Easter bunny activities are everywhere this Spring! With all these Easter bunny ideas, it can be difficult to choose the right activities for your classroom Easter celebrations. This Easter bunny tail printable is one Easter craft you especially won’t want to miss! 

I’ve got Easter bunny activities filled with learning opportunities, skills practice, and Easter excitement. Don’t miss my Easter bunny tail craft for counting practice and fine motor skills development. It’s an Easter bunny tail printable that’s easy to use as you practice counting to 20 with kindergarten and preschool students.

Then, keep reading to discover more of my favorite Easter bunny ideas including books to read aloud and games to play in the classroom. Plus, more Easter printables for your little learners!

Easter Bunny tail printable

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Easter Bunny Activities for Kids

Easter Bunny activities for preschool and kindergarten children should be an exciting combination of creativity, imagination, and learning. These Easter bunny activities not only help to cultivate a sense of wonder for the upcoming Easter holiday but also provide opportunities for social interaction and academic skills practice.

Printable Easter Bunny Tail Craft

An Easter bunny tail craft is the very best way to engage little learners in a creative project that will encourage fine motor skills, self-expression, and counting practice as they build and decorate soft little bunny tails. Other fun ideas for Easter bunny activities include crafting bunny ear headbands, decorating eggs like the Easter Bunny, and making DIY Easter baskets.

Storytime Ideas for Easter

An Easter-themed story time is another fantastic way to enjoy the season in the classroom or at home. Your students will love these tales about the adventures of the Easter Bunny, egg hunts, and Easter traditions around the world. Here are a few of our favorites:

The Berenstain Bears Meet the Easter Bunny by Mike Berenstain

The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes by DuBose Heyward

The Easter Bunny That Overslept by Priscilla and Otto Freidrich

The Hot Cross Bunny by Carys Bexington

The Story of the Easter Bunny by Katherine Tegen

Easter Games

Playing Easter games with your little learners adds an element of fun and friendly competition to your classroom Easter celebration. Help students practice gross motor skills, coordination, cooperation, teamwork, and perseverance with egg races and a game of pin the tail on the bunny.

Then, host your very own egg hunt in the classroom! Check out my Exciting Egg Hunt Activity to discover a fun printable version you can use to help kids practice math skills as they go Easter egg hunting. This classic activity is filled with opportunities for students to practice problem-solving, develop spatial awareness, and communicate with one another as they collaborate to find the hidden eggs. 

A Printable Easter Bunny Tail Craft

My Easter Bunny tail printable craft is a fun counting activity that makes Easter math practice easy for everyone! Teachers will love how easy it is to add this Easter bunny tail craft to lesson plans or math centers. Children will enjoy building an Easter bunny tail with soft colorful pom poms and simple counting cards.

Easter bunny tail printable

This Easter bunny tail printable features cards numbered from 1 through 20 and an Easter bunny template for students to build fluffy bunny tails. All you need to do is gather this printable and small manipulatives like pink pom poms, cotton balls, or Play-Doh. Kids will build fine motor strength as they roll and mold Play-Doh into small balls or use a pincher grasp to pick up pom poms and cotton balls. 

This Easter bunny tail printable would make an excellent activity for any Easter math center! You can add an extra sensory element by hiding the numbered cards in a sensory bin with colored rice, pastel yarn, or Easter basket grass. 

More Eggciting Easter Bunny Ideas

Want even more “eggciting” Easter activities and Easter bunny ideas? I’ve got lots of fun themed Easter bunny ideas for learning in the classroom with kindergartners and preschoolers. Use these easy Easter bunny ideas to add excitement and seasonal joy to your academic practice this Spring. 

Printable Easter Egg Hunt Activity

My printable Egg Hunt Easter Math Activity includes cards with egg cartons and varying numbers of Easter eggs inside. Plus, a worksheet where students can record how many eggs they find. As students find and count the eggs, they’ll record the correct number on their egg hunt printable. It’s a fun way to practice number recognition, counting, one-to-one correspondence, and develop fine motor skills this Easter.

Easter math activity to practice counting and identifying numbers

Easter Basket Activity Printable

Kids will have fun filling Easter baskets with chocolate eggs in the classroom as they complete my favorite Easter Basket Activity. This Easter basket activity printable will encourage your little learners to practice sorting, counting, and fine motor skills while having fun. Then, they can enjoy a sweet chocolate egg treat!

Easter basket activity printable

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Color-by-Number Pages for Easter

Color-by-number pages are an easy way to incorporate learning to recognize numbers, color words, and fine motor skills development into any lesson plan. Check out my adorable Easter color-by-number worksheets for easy practice in the classroom and at home. Kids will love the fun Easter images including Easter eggs, bunnies, and carrots.

Easter bunny activities

Bunny Ear Measurement Activity

For this activity, you’ll need bunny ear headbands in various sizes. Children can measure each other’s heads using non-standard measurement tools like plastic eggs. Then they can compare and order the length of each headband.

By incorporating Easter Bunny ideas like these into your classroom, you can make learning engaging while celebrating Easter this Spring! What are some of your favorite Easter bunny ideas to do in the classroom?

Share your favorite Easter bunny crafts, activities, and books to read aloud in the comments. I can’t wait to read about your favorite Easter activities and try a few with my kids this Spring!

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