FREE printable Bunny Templates for your elementary age students! This set of cute bunny worksheets are the perfect Easter craft. There are a variety of different bunny crafts for your children to get creative with! Students will learn how to cut, color, write and paste. Teachers, if you need more Easter activities for you kids take a look at our Easter Activity Pack.
Template of a Bunny
The bunny printables are the perfect spring art projects for your students! They can be used in the classroom, Sunday school, or even in the home. Very few materials are needed, just scissors, colored pencils, and a paper bag.
Easter Bunny Template
Bunny Template are adorable Easter crafts! Numerous fine motor skills are learned with this kids holiday craft. Children will also practice the necessary cutting & pasting skills. This set of 27 Easter bunny printables will keep your students interacting during class time. For even more free Easter activities, try our Easter Egg Template.
These bunnies can be printed on a variety of different colored cardstock paper. The bunny crafts can be used to make Easter cards. Children can finish cooling their bunny crafts and then past them onto cards to give out to their family members. Look at the alternative Easter Coloring Pages that we offer for FREE!
This is a large outline of a bunny head. A blank canvas for your children to draw on an adorable bunny face.
Students get to draw two different variations of bunny faces with this set of two medium-sized bunny heads.
This is a set of six bunny heads that can be used as Easter decorations for the classroom or holiday cards.
A large side-view bunny is included in this pack of bunny face templates. A great engaging craft!
Students can paste these bunny heads onto a piece of paper and then draw the bunny body connecting to the head.
These little bunny heads can be used as name tags to attach to Easter baskets for your children.
This is an adorable printable Easter bunny template. Have students draw a hart for the bunny to hold.
Have your children write on the back of these bunnies to turn them into cute Easter cards.
Print up these little bunnies on sticker paper. This way students can earn them when they complete an assignment.
Have your students draw a bush for this bunny to jump over as a cute picture. They can draw whiskers on the bunny.
The bunnies can be laminated after your children finish decorating them.
These tiny bunnies can be colored in different colors and used to help teach students about the colors.
This is a large bunny tail outline. Students can draw a bush around the bunny so that it looks like the bunny is popping its head into a bush.
Two bunny tail outlines are offered in the medium size. They can be used for a variety crafts.
These cute little bunny bottoms can be great starter pieces for your students to start their bunny drawings.
This is a cute side view bunny template. The bunny has two ears and round little tail.
These cut-out bunny templates are great to use as spring decorations for the classroom.
Students can have fun working together to decorate the classroom with these little baby bunnies.
Have your students draw a front and a backside on this blank bunny. Paints, colored pencils, crayons or matters are all good options!
A piece of candy or a sucker can be taped to the back of these bunnies and be given out as Easter gifts.
After completing these bunny crafts show your students how to make an Easter treat!
Have your student write about their day on this bunny writing pager. Guide lines are provided for students to practice on.
Children get to choose what color they want their bunny to be before they cut and assemble it on a separate sheet of paper.
This is an already colored bunny body. All students will need to do is cut, paste and then assemble.
A cute puppet bunny will be created once your students are done cutting and pasting the bunny parts onto a brown paper bag.
Students will reuse old toilet paper rolls to create cute bunny bodies to assemble with this printable.
This is a bunny ears hat craft for younger children to practice their cutting and taping skills.