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Easter Rabbits

by Lucy (follow)
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These Easter Rabbits are an easy, fun activity for small children to create. They will enjoy a sense of achievement with this activity and should be able to complete it almost totally by themselves. I love using anything recycled, so when I discovered some cotton wool and colored lids lying around the kitchen, we put them together and made these wonderful creatures.



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Recycled Easter Rabbits


Time: 15 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy



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Materials required for this activity


Materials
Recycled lid (preferably colored)
"Googlie" eyes (or white paper circles cut out)
Craft Glue
White cotton wool
Small piece of colored cardboard
Colored wool ( 3-4 short strands)

Method
Cut out two long "rabbit ear" shapes using the colored cardboard - color them in to match your recycled lid, if necessary.
Glue the colored cardboard ears onto the back of the recycled lid.



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Glue the ears onto the back of the lid


Fill the inside of the lid with craft glue and stick the white cotton wool onto this glue.



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Stick the cotton wool onto the glue


Glue on two "googlie" eyes (or white paper circles with black pupils).
Make "rabbit whiskers" with the colored wool ( 3 - 4 strands).
Glue the "rabbit whiskers" onto the white cotton wool.
Once the glue has completely dried, you can play all sorts of Easter games with your recycled creation.



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Finished rabbits


Categories
#Easter
#Under 5's
#Easy
#Recycled
#Rabbit
#Bunny
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