Easter is always a hopping-good time for kids! With all the fun traditions and activities, it’s also a great time to get crafty.
One holiday favorite has to be the Easter bunny, so kids will love making this Easter bunny headband craft! It’s a simple project you can do together and will bring plenty of smiles.
Once you have made your bunny headbands, be sure to put them on and enjoy some more of our easy Easter crafts for kids!
Easter Bunny Craft
Easter bunny headbands are an easy and fun way to transform your little ones into a floppy-eared bunnies. All you need are some basic craft supplies and our free printable templates to get started. We promise it’ll be an eggcellent activity for everyone!
We have provided two template options – one pre-colored and the other in black and white. The first option is ideal for little ones who want to get crafty but don’t want to color in. The second is great for budding artists who want to give their Easter bunny extra personality.
- Colored cardstock
- Easter bunny headband template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Download the template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
Glue the pink bunny’s nose to the top of the mouth.
Place the cheeks on either side of the head, just below the eyes and glue them in place.
Position the inner ears on each ear and glue them down.
Take the completed bunny head and glue the bottom portion to one of the headband extenders. Flip it over and then tape the head where it meets the headband base.
Place an extender on both sides of the headband base and staple or tape it to the ends.
Now your child has a cute bunny headband they can wear!
Easter Ideas For Kids
There are so many fun activities your kids can do to get them into the holiday spirit.
Below we have shared some exciting ideas that will keep them learning while having a great time! Choose the activities you think your kids will love and have some fun while making memories this Easter holiday.
Easter Books For Kids
Reading books to your kids is an activity that goes beyond entertainment, it can also greatly foster their development.
As a parent, there are numerous benefits to carving out time in your day to share stories and immerse yourselves in captivating plotlines. Reading to your children strengthens their language skills, cultivates imagination, fosters empathy, and ignites curiosity about the world around them.
When a child hears a story, they are transported to a different world, one where anything is possible. These moments are where memories and bonds are formed, creating an everlasting impact on their growth and development. So grab a book, find a cozy spot, and let the exploration begin!
Happy Easter Mouse – Everyone knows Mouse from the classic If You Give A Mouse A Cookie book, but now he’s back and ready to celebrate Easter! Kids will love watching him as he goes on an Easter egg hunt!
Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure – Join Pete as he races to help the Easter bunny just in time for Easter! This is another new classic kids rate as a must-have!
It’s Not Easy Being A Bunny – Follow PJ the bunny as he tries to discover what kind of animal he’d rather be instead of a bunny! It’s a silly story with a great lesson.
Easter Kids’ Crafts
When kids craft, they use their imagination and creativity to create something unique. This is vital for both their cognitive and emotional development. Crafting also allows children to express themselves, allowing them to explore their feelings and better understand who they are.
The sense of accomplishment after finishing a craft can give children a great boost in self-confidence.
Additionally, crafting helps develop fine motor skills, like using scissors and improving hand-eye coordination. Here are some more Easter craft ideas kids can use to get creative and have fun!
Sheep Paper Plate Craft – Springtime is when baby lambs are born, so let your kids make their very own sheep using a paper plate. We love paper plate crafts because they are simple and easy but still look really cute when complete. Your kids will love transforming something ordinary into a little sheep!
Chick Handprint Card Craft – Is there anything sweeter than a handprint card? We think not! Get your little ones to make some cute chick cards in honor of Easter, complete with their little handprints. Kids will love creating their own special cards and giving them to family and friends.
Handprint Bunny Craft – Your kids will hop with joy when they see their handprint bunny creation! Kids will have lots of fun making a fabulous bunny out of their hands, adding ears and other features with construction paper. These keepsake bunnies make wonderful holiday decorations, too!
Easter Egg Photo Craft – This sweet project is the best way to use up leftover Easter candies. Our downloadable Easter egg templates also make this craft a breeze! Together you and your little one can create a unique and tasty masterpiece.
Easter Activities For Kids
Settling down with a pack of crayons and some Easter printable coloring pages is the perfect way to spend a quiet spring day.
This no-prep craft is a great way for kids to relax and practice their coloring skills. When complete, they also make great decorations for your home or classroom!
These Easter worksheets for kids are both educational and fun. Full of Easter-themed activities, these printables give children a chance to explore letters in an enjoyable way. With tasks that help with reading, writing, and cutting – kids will be engaged and learning without realizing it.
You can never go wrong with dot markers! Our Easter do a dot printables are perfect for little ones who love to make their own masterpieces. Use the dot markers to fill in and color these pages, and your kids will be so proud of their finished creations.
Combine numeracy and art with our Easter color by number pages. Kids can practice their number recognition while filling the shapes with colors. Each page features a festive Easter scene, making it extra fun for your kids to explore.
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More Easter Ideas For Kids
- Colored cardstock
- Easter bunny headband template
- Download the template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
- Glue the pink bunny's nose to the top of the mouth.
- Place the cheeks on either side of the head, just below the eyes, and glue them in place.
- Position the inner ears on each ear and glue them down.
- Take the completed bunny head and glue the bottom portion to one of the headband extenders. Flip it over and then tape the head where it meets the headband base.
- Place an extender on both sides of the headband base and staple or tape it to the ends.