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Cute and Easy Easter Bunny Craft for Kids

I absolutely adore spring time! Mostly because we get to celebrate Easter and everything baby animal related! This time of year brings so much joy and happiness. The flowers are blooming and everything is bright and colorful. My kids like to prepare for Easter by writing a little note to the Easter Bunny before his debut. We pair it with a cute Easter bunny craft and we’re all set!

Letter to the Easter bunny writing craft activity.

Easter Bunny Writing Prompts

We all know kids are at different levels with their writing, so it only makes sense to have a variety of writing prompts for this adorable Easter Bunny craft. Kids can choose from five different writing prompts after they put their bunny together.

Happy Easter Writing Craft for kids in springtime.

The first prompt is “Dear Easter Bunny” where kids can pour out their hearts to the Easter bunny. They can tell the bunny what they are doing for Easter or remind the bunny to watch out for traps. The next prompt is “If I were an Easter Bunny…” where students can share what they would do if they were a bunny. Kids come up with the silliest and most creative ideas. The possibilities are endless with these prompts.

The third prompt to choose from is “How Do You Celebrate Easter?”. With this one, the kids get to share what their family traditions are for this time of year. I love hearing the different meals and games families play together each year. The next prompt is “All About the Easter Bunny”. Students can write facts they know about the Easter Bunny and share with their peers. The kids can complete a research activity or they can write facts they’ve learned over the years.

Easter Bunny Writing Craft on wooden board and egg scrapbook paper with crayons, scissors and pencil.

The final prompt is “Hoppy Easter”, which is a just a punny little prompt that makes for a silly display. Students can write whatever they want on the lines below. They can share their Easter traditions, what they are looking forward to, a note to a friend or the Easter Bunny. All of the prompts included in this activity are extremely versatile and fun!

Assembling the Craft

Putting this Easter Bunny craft together is very easy! Like all of my crafts, there are step by step instructions for you and the kiddos to follow. You can print the templates onto colored paper or plain paper, depending on whether you want the kids to color the bunny themselves.

The bunny’s paws are glued at the bottom of the writing template, so there is no body included. Once it’s all put together, it looks like the Easter bunny is peeping over the paper! Just glue the little paws, face and tail to the edges of the writing prompt and it’s ready to display!

Easter bunny craft made to look like it peeking over an Easter writing prompt.

This is a fantastic activity to do in smaller groups or one on one, so you can help your kids focus on what they are writing. There are plenty of lines to write on, so students can take their time adding anything they want to their piece. If they aren’t able to write yet, you can certainly dictate for them!

If you like this craft, you can find it and plenty of other Easter Crafts in my Easter Crafts Bundle! Kids can make a Peep, a chick, an Easter basket, flowers and MORE!

I hope you have fun crafting with your little ones this spring and Easter season! Happy Easter!

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Laura Bensley

Laura Bensley

Former preschool teacher turned business owner that now creates educational resources for teachers in the classroom, homeschool, and daycare setting.

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HI, I'm Laura

Hi, I’m Laura and I am the creator of Crafty Bee Creations.  I am a former preschool teacher turned business owner that now creates educational resources for teachers in the classroom, homeschool, and daycare setting.  I have a passion for designing craft resources that are not only fun and engaging but work children’s fine motor skills too! 


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