Bunny Rabbit Paper Plate Craft

Paper plate crafts are some of the schools favorites! They’re easy and inexpensive to boot. Here’s one for a cute rabbit. Use the Kraftykid paper plate bunny template and glue on the arms, ears, and feet, or for a bigger challenge, children can draw and make their own arms, legs, ect. and will make a good open ended art project.

Supplies:

Kraftykid Bunny Paper Plate template

• Glue

• Scissors

• Pompoms

• Chenille Stems

Instructions:

1. Lay your project pieces on a clean flat work area.

2. Take one large paper plate and one small paper plate and glue them together on the edges (see illustrations). Let dry.

3. Print the Kraftykid Bunny Paper Plate template and cut out all pieces.

4. Follow the illustrations for placement. Glue down the construction paper shapes and let dry.

5. Take three pompons and two chenille stems and decorate your critter. Glue them in place and let dry.

6. Use scrap construction paper to create other accessories for your critter.

7. HELPFUL HINTS: When gluing down parts you may want to use a heavy book as a weight.

 Curriculum:

Bunnies have big ears and can hear lots of things. How good are our ears? What experiment can we try? How about an old fashioned walkie-talkie!

Supplies: 2 plastic disposable cups and a long piece of string

• Put the kids in partners

• Make a split in each cup and have the string through each one then knot.

• The kids should spread apart and talk to each other through their new walkie-talkie. While one is taking in the cup the other is listening!