Easter is one of our favorite holidays and we get really excited to celebrate when it comes around.
One of our favorite ways to celebrate is to craft, so we have this super cute bunny name craft for your kiddos to make!
It’s a festive way for kids to learn how to spell their names and make their own Easter bunny! Kids will love seeing their bunnies come together and arrange the eggs in the correct order to spell their names.
Hop on down the bunny trail to check out some more of our easy Easter crafts for kids to keep the holiday fun going!
Name Easter Bunny Activity
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Kids can customize our free template with their favorite colors for the bunnies and eggs. The template is editable, so you can add your child’s name to the eggs for a personalized learning experience.
Leave the eggs blank for them to practice handwriting and write in their name instead. Whichever way you choose to create this name craft, your kids will be very “hoppy” with the end result!
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Easter bunny 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.
Start by gluing the inner ears to the outer ears.
Place the eyes below each of the eyebrows and glue them in place.
Next, glue the cheeks below and slightly on the outside of each eye.
Decorate the egg and then glue it to the middle of the bunny’s body.
Position the arms on each side so it looks like the arms are holding the egg and glue them in place. Trim off the excess paper that’s hanging off.
Glue the feet at the bottom of the bunny’s body, with each of them angled outward.
Complete the bunny by gluing the inner foot pads to the outer feet.
Place the completed bunny to the top of a blank piece of colored paper and glue it in place.
Finish up the craft by gluing the egg letters at the bottom of the craft so it spells out the child’s name.
If you’re looking for even more crafts to help your child practice spelling their names, be sure to check out all of our name crafts!
Easter Ideas For Kids
Wanting to plan out some projects to do this Easter with the kids?
We have lots of ideas to get you started. They’ll keep the kids engaged and learning, so keep reading to discover some of our favorite Easter crafts and activities.
Easter Books For Kids
Reading books to your little ones is one of the best things you can do for their development. First and foremost, it expands their vocabulary and imagination.
Plus, it teaches them valuable life lessons that they may not learn elsewhere.
There are so many great Easter books for kids, but these are some of our favorites. Grab them from the library or buy them to add to your child’s collection! They’re great for helping your child develop a larger vocabulary, focus, and more!
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 Crafts For Kids
Crafting is a fun way for kids to be creative and show off their artistic skills while developing important skills.
It also allows kids to refine their fine motor skills, problem-solving, following directions, and much more. Get your kids crafting by choosing some of our kid-friendly Easter crafts below.
Chick Name Craft – Kids will love seeing their baby chick hatch and spell their name with the eggshells with this fun paper craft. It’s a fun way for kids to get some letter recognition practice in and learn to spell their names with this personalized craft.
Tissue Paper Bunny Craft – Hippity hoppity, Easter’s on its way! This fun and festive craft is a great way for kids to get in some fine motor practice and make a cute decoration at the same time! Grab the free template to get into the holiday fun!
Easter Chick Card Craft – We’ve hatched a fun way to send an Easter greeting with this chick card.
Kids will love creating their hatching chick, and then sending a personalized message to someone special this holiday. While kids are busy having fun, they’re also refining some essential skills!
Easter Egg Craft for Kids – Skip the dye and grab the paper instead! Kids will customize their own Easter eggs with this fun and festive papercraft.
It’s a great way for them to practice identifying colors, fine motor skills, and using scissors. Plus, once they’re finished, they’ll have a colorful holiday decoration!
Easter Activities For Kids
For a fun activity this spring, check out these chick coloring pages! These pages are perfect for your little ones learning to color since they have simple and cute designs.
This activity is super easy to prepare since all you have to do is download, print, and go! Grab the markers for a fun coloring session with the kids!
Need a no-prep activity kids will have fun learning with? Then be sure to download these Easter bunny dot to dot printables.
As kids connect the dots, they’re working on fine motor skills and reinforcing basic counting skills. It also helps kids develop spatial visualization as they picture the image as a whole.
Our Easter basket is overflowing with some fun activities for the kids! They’ll love these Easter color by number pages!
They’re a great way for your kids to practice number recognition and fine motor skills as they color in the illustrations. This printable set comes with seven different pages to keep the kiddos occupied and having fun!
During our Easter egg hunt, we found these Easter do a dot printables! These pages are a great way for kids to work on letter and number recognition, scissor skills, counting, and a lot more when they complete each worksheet.
These fun worksheets are filled with Easter-themed art and educational pages kids will have a blast doing while honing important skills.
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More Easter Ideas For Kids
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Easter bunny template
- Download the template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
- Start by gluing the inner ears to the outer ears.
- Place the eyes below each of the eyebrows and glue them in place.
- Next, glue the cheeks below and slightly on the outside of each eye.
- Decorate the egg and then glue it to the middle of the bunny's body.
- Position the arms on each side so it looks like the arms are holding the egg and glue them in place. Trim off the excess paper that's hanging off.
- Glue the feet at the bottom of the bunny's body, with each of them angled outward.
- Complete the bunny by gluing the inner foot pads to the outer feet.
- Place the completed bunny at the top of a blank piece of colored paper and glue it in place.
- Finish up the craft by gluing the egg letters at the bottom of the craft so it spells out the child's name.