We started with a lesson on how characters change throughout a story. I read the story The Grumpy Easter Bunny. We talked about how the main character, Hopper, changes throughout the story and how he learns a lesson about sharing. The students wrote a response on the loopy square paper that we attached to the backs of our bunnies. I left this blank so you could use this for any Easter book and writing assignment.
To make the bunnies, I traced the patterns onto tagboard and gave each table a pattern. The kids traced and cut the bunny heads. We cut the slits by folding the bunnies slightly and then snipping on the fold. We added a pompom nose and some paper whiskers. They turned out SO cute!
The patterns and directions are available as a freebie in my TPT store. Go grab it!
I hope everyone has a HOPPY Easter!