E was born with a pet rabbit in the house and she has since passed (though she lived to a be a teenager)! We certainly do miss that bunny every day. Many don’t believe us when we say she was the boss of both the cats we had while she was with us, but rabbit owners would understand that sentiment! When I was looking for an animal theme we had not yet done I knew focusing on bunnies would be a lot of fun. So here we go with 11 Rabbit Preschool Trays!
- Parts of a Bunny
- Perler Biggie Beads & Rabbit Template
- Color by Number
- Bunny Peek-a-Boo
- Rabbit Books
- Tweak & Gup Octonauts Coloring Page
- Food for Bunnies
- R Worksheet
- Cookie Cutter Tracing
- Word Search
- Bunny Tangrams
- I love a good black and white printable! And this Parts of a Bunny activity has a lot of learning on one page!
- Any time a template included in the Perler Biggie bead tray matches a school week, I use it!
- So here we have a funny blue bunny for matching up the Perler Biggie Beads.
- We are still learning color words here so I like that this page from the Scholastic Success with Kindergarten Workbook is color coded!
- I can’t resist an opportunity to put out Bunny-Peek-a-Boo!
- This week I feature two familiar books to him, but are unique finds from the local used bookstore.
- Here are the space-traveling Astro Bunnies and we learn more about rabbits dancing, gardening and more with Bunnies and their Hobbies!
- This cute coloring page of the tech bunny Tweak and her newest creation can currently be found on the collection of official Octonauts Coloring pages!
- I wanted to have a school use for the bunnies from the 123 Zoo and 123 Christmas in the Forest Advent Calendar from Playmobil…
- So, I came up with a simple activity of E drawing, coloring, and cutting out miniature food for these miniature rabbits!
- This is another page from the Scholastic Success with Kindergarten Workbook featuring the letter R!
- Here we use the bunny from the Spring Cookie Cutters as a stencil.
- I collected a few jewel-toned washable markers and gave him a sample drawn on a square of ivory cardstock.
- A cotton ball functions as an “eraser” for marker left behind on the cookie cutter.
- Here is a custom word search I made with bunny-centered words.
- Like the Perler beads, I always like putting out the crepe rubber Tangrams Plus!
- Here is the bunny themed template, along with more shapes than he’d need to fill it in.
I didn’t use these this time around but certainly will!
We hope you got some ideas of how to study bunnies in rabbit preschool, and would appreciate it if you check out all of our animal preschool themes!
This rabbit preschool post is shared with Inspire Me Mondays, Montessori Monday, Wonderful Wednesday Linky Party, Preschool and Kindergarten Community Linkup, A Little Bird Told Me Link Party, and Social Butterfly Sunday!