The Easter fun continues! I heart this stick-the-tail on the bunny craft!
I found this adorable printable bunny from a few months ago and I have been using it with the kids at Le Chemin ABA to work on building fine motor strength.
I printed out the bunny, laminated it, printed out the tail, laminated it and then cut out both the bunny and the tail. I attached velcro to the bunny and tail – and VOILA! – a simple activity for working on fine motor skills.
The original stick-the-tail on the Easter bunny craft
The kids ADORED it! Since I always try to follow the children’s motivation when creating new activities, I decided to create other activities, to work on different skills, using the same bunny.
Here’s what I came up with!
Stick the cotton ball tall on the Easter bunny
Using a cotton ball as the tail, adds a fun and motivating sensory component to the activity.
Easter bunny color matching craft
Create a bow with a colored pipe cleaner. Create playdough balls with various colors of playdough. Ask your little one to match the tail to the bunny that is wearing a bow of the same color.
If your child helps you make the playdough balls, this is an additional fun learning step!
Easter bunny color matching craft with adhesive rhinestones
Create a necklace with adhesive rhinestones. Create playdough balls with various colors of playdough. Ask your little one to match the tail to the bunny that is wearing the necklace the same color.
As a variation, you could also use a colored pom pom tail.
You can also save the bunny image directly from this blog post if you prefer. (This bunny is slightly different than the bunny.)
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Do you like these ideas? Are you going to try these Easter bunny crafts with your little one? I would love to hear your feedback in the comments below! ♥
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