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Easter Rabbits

by Lucy (follow)
Turn off the TV and tune into your own imagination. Enjoy each moment, allowing your creativity to unfold in the kitchen, craft space or in nature.
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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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