Use these bunny name badges for Easter parties, Easter egg hunts, the classroom, place names and so on.
Here's a big collection of very cute Easter bunny or rabbit printables. You'll find rabbit poster, room decorations, jigsaw, writing paper, a learn to draw a rabbit printable and more!
Decorate your desks or table with these six funny bunnies - perfect for Easter or any time! Fold in half so that they stand up on the table or desk and write names on the front. We have included a version with handwriting lines so that younger children can write their own names.
This cute bunny writing paper makes a perfect page for thank you letters and other special letters at any time of year - but could also be fun for Easter or spring writing projects.
These extra cute bunny bookmarks will look adorable with the ears peeking out of the top of a book, and are perfect for Easter! Just print, cut out and enjoy...
Here's what they look like!
Who says learning the time has to be boring? Why not brighten up your lessons with this lovely bunny clock, sure to appeal to the kids! Just print it out, cut it out and assemble with the help of a split pin (brad) and you are set to go...
Practise scissor skills by cutting out these lovely bunny shapes. They could make nice decorations for Easter cards and crafts too!
This bunny face template can be used in so many ways, for decorating the house or classroom or in your craft projects. Of course you could simply orint onto white card and get the kids to colour in the nose, add eyes and "whiskers".
How about printing these bunny faces out onto white card, cutting them out and giving them to the kids to decorate. Then glue to the front of a portion of loo roll (or a strip of card rolled up into a cylinder) to make a fun bunny egg cup for Easter!
Here's a fun printable activity for little ones this Easter! Print our bunny lacing card, punch holes around the edges, and sew or lace. Great for fine motor skills and fun too! Laminate if you wish to reuse.
Whether you need a bunny mask for Easter or Spring plays or for Chinese New Year, you can print this one, cut it out and be wearing your bunny mask in a flash! Colour or black and white below...
Here's a bunny mobile to print, cut out and assemble with your kids - a fun activity for Easter. There are 8 different funny bunnies in total, but which one is the Easter bunny?
This bunny needs some carrots! Can your children make some playdough ones? Our bunny playdough mat is fun for Easter or spring.
This cute template is useful for all sorts of craft projects. For younger children, why not simply scrunch up some squares of tissue paper and glue onto the shape, then cut out? Older kids could use it to make a simple soft toy with white felt and a white pompom tail!
Here's an Easter activity to help the children practise upper and lower case letter recognition. Print onto some card and cut out the pieces (laminate if you prefer). The children then need to match the lower case letters on the carrots with the upper case letters on the bunnies!
Print out these cute little Easter bunny egg cup printables. Cut out, fold and enjoy a special Easter morning boiled egg and soldiers. Please be aware that a cardboard egg cup won't support an egg which is taking a lot of bashing!
This lovely Easter bunny makes a fun lacing card activity for younger children. Once the kids have laced around the edges, why not stick some cotton wool on the tail?
This Easter bunny makes a fun lacing card for your youngest children. Just punch holes around the edge and let them "sew" them up...
Print out this cute little Easter bunny, cut him out carefully, fold him and stand him up on display in the home or classroom! Available pre-coloured for an extra quick activity, or in black and white for the kids to colour in themselves.
Follow our step by step illustrations and kids will soon learn how to draw this lovely rabbit - perfect for Easter or Chinese New Year!
These rabbit bookmarks are very cute and would make an ideal gift for Easter! Print onto some card and cut out carefully. You can laminate them too for extra durability.
Help the kids practise counting with this fun printable jigsaw featuring some cute rabbits. Print onto card and then slice along the vertical lines. To extend the activity, choose the black-and-white version and ask them to colour in the picture first.
Our rabbit lacing card is perfect for younger children at Easter, Chinese New Year, spring, a farm topic... in fact any time! Just print onto card, cut out, and punch holes around the edges for the kids to lace up.
This cute rabbit lacing card makes a fun lacing or sewing activity for younger children. Laminate for extra strength and if you wish to reuse.
There's a lovely hutch on this playdough mat, ready for a little playdough bunny rabbit to live in! Remember to laminate the mat if you want to use it again.
Here's a free printable poster of a cute rabbit or bunny to decorate the nursery, classroom or home! Perfect for Easter and Spring...
It's lovely to spot a wild rabbit in a field in the countryside, but if you're not lucky enough to see one in the wild you can always print out our poster...
The kids will love this cute rabbit room sign! It can be personalised with their name in black marker, then laminated to last longer if you prefer.
This rabbit spelling jigsaw is a fun way for children to learn the letters in the word rabbit. Print onto some card (colour the picture if you choose the black and white version), and then cut the jigsaw into strips.
Here's a cuddly rabbit template - useful for rabbit themes, Easter and Spring. Available in different sizes so suitable for crafts, cutting out, tracing, colouring activities and as writing frames too.
Here's a leaping rabbit or bunny template - useful for Easter or Spring crafts and activities, or of course for a rabbit theme. Imagine a line of these bounding along the bottom of the notice board in the classroom - or as name tags or place tags for an Easter party!
This cute bunny rabbit template is useful for all sorts of craft projects. For younger children, why not simply scrunch up some squares of tissue paper and glue onto the shape, then cut out? Older kids could use it to make a simple soft toy with white felt and a white pompom tail!
I love this simple rabbit writing frame as it can be used in so many different ways. The blank version makes a good template or just a fun outline for a younger child to practice his or her letters on. The lined rabbit writing frame could be used in all sorts of writing projects.
Use this lovely little rabbit writing frame for younger children. Perhaps they could write their own name in the rabbit, or a sentence or two, or even a short poem...
These lovely spotty rabbits are sure to inspire the kids to use this fun writing paper. We have three versions to suit all ages. Click the links below for our high quality printable versions:
Cut out the smaller rectangles and then place them correctly onto our rabbits colouring page. When they are in the right place, stick them down and colour the picture...
This would be an ideal card to send someone to thank them for looking after your pet rabbit! Or just send to someone who loves rabbits anytime...