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Paper Roll Bunny Craft

Kids of all ages will have fun making this cheerful Bunny Craft perfect for springtime or as an easter bunny crafts. You will love the clever way this toilet paper roll bunny uses a paper roll in a completely different way than most bunny crafts for preschoolers!  This easter craft for kids is perfect for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students.

Kids of all ages will have fun making this cheerful Bunny Craft perfect for springtime or as an easter bunny crafts. You will love the clever way this toilet paper roll bunny uses a paper roll in a completely different way than most bunny crafts for preschoolers!  This easter craft for kids is perfect for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students. 

Bunny Craft

Spring is right round the corner here in the United States! As the temperature warms and the flowers begin to bloom, the cutest littles creatures will start to emerge. Bunnies are a wonderful sign of spring. You will see them hopping around the parks and near wooded areas looking for food. Cotton tail bunnies are particularly cute with their white fluffy tails. As their names suggest, their tails look just like cotton balls!  Recreating easter bunny crafts for preschoolers with cotton is a great craft for your littlest family members. Try this bunny craft idea with toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1 students alike. For the younger kiddos, you may need to assist with the glue and scissors; however, the painting and placement of cotton balls can be an independent activity. This easter bunny craft is perfect for an easter arts and crafts or a spring craft for preschoolers.

easter bunny crafts

Easter bunny crafts

To Create Your Own easter toilet roll craft, you will need these materials:

  • Paper rolls
  • Scissors
  • Cardboard
  • Hot glue or white glue
  • White paint
  • Green Paint
  • Pink paint
  • Paint brushes
  • Cotton
  • Googly eyes
  • Pink paper

toilet paper roll craft

Toilet paper roll easter crafts

Cut rings from the paper roll. To do so, simply flatten the roll and cut pieces off.  Now cut out a piece of cardboard to use as your background.

easter toilet roll craft

Glue the rings onto the cardboard background. Use five rings to create the bunny. Stack three rings on top of each other for the bunny feet and body. Use two rings for the ears. Use the picture for reference.

toilet paper roll easter crafts

Add rings to create tall grasses on either side of the bunny. YOu can also add rings to the top of the cardboard background to create clouds.

Paint the bunny and background white. Add pink paint the inside of the ears and around the paper roll sides. Then add green paint to the grass. Allow the paint to dry.

spring crafts for preschoolers

Once the paint has dried, add cotton balls to the bunny and clouds. Glue googly eyes on the bunny face. Cut a circle from the pink construction paper for the nose. Glue on.

easter arts and crafts

No step back and enjoy your most adorable bunny! Happy Springtime!

For more crafts from Brainy Beginnings Network, follow these links:  Asteroid Belt Art, or Dancing Fish or Hot Chocolate Pop Art

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Easter Arts and Crafts

Looking for some cute and clever easter crafts? You will love these fun ideas! Plus don’t miss Over 50 Creative Ideas To Fill Easter Eggs , our cute bunny pancakes, or our traditional bunny cake.

FREE Easter Bingo - super cute free printable easter game that helps kids learn the true story of Easter and Jesus, work on visual discrimination, and as a fun easter activity for toddlers, preschoolers, pre k, kindergartners, first graders, 2nd graders, 3rd grders, and 4th graders. #easterprintable #eastergames #sundayschool #preschool #kindergarten suerp cute easter craft that you make by coloring by number Printable Bunny ears template Easter Egg Activity working on visual discrimination

Free Easter Printables

These fun activities use our free easter printables to save you on prep work!

FREE Easter Worksheets for Toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners. trace the easter themed picture and trace alphabet letters to strengthen fine motor skills and cordination with this easter activity for kids #easterprintable #eastertracing #easterworksheets #preschool #toddlers  easter worksheet preschoolFREE Color by Number Easter Worksheets - super cute free printable to help toddlers, preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age students work on number recognition and srengthening fine motor skills with a fun easter activity for april #preschool #easterworksheet #easterprintable #prek easter activities for preschoolers

Easter Worksheets

Looking for free Easter worksheets or educational easter activities? Check out these resources and don’t miss our Easter Lesson Plan for Preschool or our Easter Books for PReschoolers

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Make learning fun by adding one of these engaging easter activity ideas to your Easter Theme

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Easter Science Experiments

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Mary Alice Baldwin

Mary Alice Baldwin is the owner and creative director of Brainy Beginnings Network. She currently homeschools five children. While not creating activities for her children, she can be found knitting, sewing, cooking, gardening or otherwise working with her hands. :)

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