With the Easter season closing in on us, many of us have begun to plan events for the season. Along with these events is making sure that everyone has a good time, and that includes children. Allowing children to be occupied and having their attention on something is key, and this article will provide you on the best Easter bunny crafts for kids to do during the season.
The first kind of Easter themed craft that you can guide the child in making is a Heart Bunny Paper Craft. It is essentially a bunny in the shape of a heart with a message inside of it. The first step is to write the message that will be inside of the bunny and you could write something such as “Happy Easter.” Once that is finished the process to construction the bunny comes. You need a piece of folded construction paper and then glue the message inside. Use another piece of construction paper and draw the shape of a bunny’s head, cut it out and connect it to the piece of construction paper. Secondly, get a straw or Popsicle stick and glue the bunny onto it. Lastly get a piece of cardboard or sandpaper to glue on the back to make sure the craft can stand on its own.
The second kind of craft that can be done is to make an Easter Bunny door hanger. You can do this by having the child draw out arms, legs, a face, shoes, a belt, a tail, and have them cut them out. Once they are cut out glue them all together in a form that appears like a bunny. Once you’ve done that glue the arms in such a way that they are overarching and can fit on a door knob. Finally find crayons and have the child color the bunny in Easter spirited colors.
The last craft that can be done is perhaps the easiest, and it is making an Easter rabbit paper bag. The first thing needed is a brown paper lunch bag and construction paper. Draw ears, buttons, eyes and a nose. Color these items, and then put the buttons on the middle of the bag, and the eyes, the nose, and ears on the respective areas. To make this craft even more appealing you can put candy inside the bag, and once the child removes the candy they can eat it, and later use the bag as a sort of puppet.
In conclusion, making Easter crafts for children to be occupied with during the Easter season is not hard, as long as you have the proper materials, time to spend, and ideas on how to make the craft and process easy, engaging, and appealing.