Preschool Easter Bunny Crafts

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Preschool Easter Bunny Crafts

I love to come up with creative craft projects for each holiday, and this is one of my favorites. I came up with this idea for Preschool Easter Bunny Crafts when I was put in charge of a holiday party for a group of preschoolers. Clearly, it actually works for many age groups, but it’s perfect for the younger kids because the supplies are minimal, the project is simple, and they love the end result.

All that you will need to make your own Easter Bunny treat holder is an empty toilet paper roll, some white paint, some pink paint and a pair of google eyes (you could even paint the eyes on if you don’t have google eyes), and a pom-pom for the nose and another for the tail. (again, these can be painted on if you don’t have pom-poms)

I suggest folding your toilet paper roll BEFORE you paint. It’s very easy to get the ends to collapse, just put a little pressure in the middle of the end of the tube (on both sides) and it should fold in nicely for you. Do the same on each side. Then paint the tube white, and create your bunny! Fill with treats and you have a funny party favor or decoration!

Preschool Easter Bunny Craft

 

Preschool Easter Bunny Craft

 

Preschool Easter Bunny Craft

Preschool Easter Bunny Craft

 


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