Easter is less than a week away and we couldn't be more excited! If you are anything like us Guess How Much I Love You is probably a favorite around your house. As the hype of the Easter Bunny is growing for your child this is the perfect book to read this week. For all things bunnies and Easter eggs, we have you covered with this weeks activities!
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Supplies For Activities:
- Pancakes, bananas, blueberries, whipped cream
- Pom poms
- Clothes pin
- Pipe cleaner
- Popsicle stick
- Paper Bag
- Wiggly eyes
- Construction paper
Activity #1...Paper Bag Bunny Puppet
What little kid doesn't love a little imaginary play? This activity is perfect for letting your munchkin's imagination run wild. Just grab a paper bag and add a cute face using pom poms and wiggly eyes. Then cut out the whiskers, ears and belly. There you have it, a darling bunny puppet.
Activity #2...Easter Egg Pom Pom Painting
Anything to do with paint has my Gus so excited these days! This "paint the egg" activity is sure to keep your little one busy for a while. Just clamp a clothespin onto a pom pom and paint away. Easter Egg Free Printable
Activity #3...Easter Bunny Pancakes
Looking for a cute idea for Easter breakfast? Look no further. This cute pancake bunny is the perfect way to celebrate this fun holiday! We used bananas and blueberries for the feet and whipped cream for the tail.
Activity #4...Bunny Mask
We have been teaching Gus all about the Easter Bunny so this activity was perfect around our house. This bunny mask was crazy easy to make, just grab a large popsicle stick and hot glue a couple of pom poms and pipe cleaners on. I used 2 pipe cleaners and just cut them into thirds to make 6 whiskers. We ended up taking these to our Grandma's 91st birthday party so our cousins joined in on the fun. Aren't Maddie and Gage just the cutest little bunnies?!