These funny bunnies are the incentive for some careful cutting skills practice on this fun printable! Chidlren start with a straight line and then follow the increasingly difficult dotted paths with their scissors...
Fun printable rabbit worksheets and writing pages that you can use in the classroom or home, perfect for a wildlife theme, Chinese New Year or Easter.
Whether it is for Easter or simply that you love bunnies, have fun being creative with our Bunny Acrostic Poem Printables. We have blank and lined versions, with and with out pictures so you are sure to find one to suit.
Here's a fun way to practise addition of two numbers up to 12, using 2 normal dice and our game board with colouring pencils or counters. You can try this as a single player game against the clock, or as a multi player game.
This cute bunny is just waiting to be coloured in - and the bonus is that the kids can trace the letters underneath, first with finger, then with pencil.
Kids can colour in this cute picture of a bunny - perfect for Easter or any time - but first they need to solve some simple sums to work out the right colours to use!
This handwriting worksheet offers a cute bunny picture to colour in and the word underneath to trace and learn.
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 this cute Easter story paper with colouring picture for kids to write their own story or recount what they see in the picture.
The kids can get their thinking caps on to come up with an acrostic poem using the letters of R-A-B-B-I-T. Our printables make it more fun!
This rabbit cloze worksheet is an interesting way to learn a little more about rabbits. We've provided a number of words to be used to fill in the blanks.
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.
This cute rabbit finger tracing worksheet will be very popular with young children, and its a super activity for early learners at Easter or Chinese New Year.
This sweet rabbit frame seemed just about the right size for a R-A-B-B-I-T acrostic poem - so here it is in ready-to-print form!
Cute rabbits are always popular, so print out this handwriting worksheet and the kids can practice writing the word. Useful for spring, Easter and for Chinese New Year too.
If you could interview a rabbit (your own pet or someone else's) what would you ask them? And how would the rabbit reply? This fun worksheet is perfect for a pet topic.
Colour in this cute picture of a rabbit by solving each sum and using the key to choose the right colours. Fun for little kids!
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.
Perfect for writing an Easter or farmyard story, or perhaps a letter. And of course the children can colour in the rabbit, too.
Complete the rabbit by copying one half to the other with this fun symmetry worksheet. The grid option makes it a little easier.
This bunny rabbit has a funny face which we hope will appeal to younger children, as they trace over the dotted lines! We've provided two sets of lines for extra practice, but beginners could treat the two lines as a "channel" and draw their line between them.
Learn to write the word using the tracing lines on this rabbit racing worksheet, starting on the dot! And of course the kids might enjoy colouring in the rabbit, too.
Whether for it's for Easter, Year of the Rabbit, or you are about to have a new pet, find out some facts and have fun filling in this rabbit worksheet!
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...