A Bunny Mask DIY

There are so many fun themes for spring time learning.

We love spending time in the spring to study tadpoles, chicks, gardens and bunnies and this tutorial and book list is perfect for a little bunny study!


So Many Bunnies by Rick Walton

The Complete Brambly Hedge by Jill Barklem

The Classic Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter

Good Night, Moon by Margaret Wise Brown

The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown

Home For a Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown

The Bunny Book by Patsy Scarry and Richard Scarry

While you are studying bunnies, make this sweet bunny mask so your children can act out the stories that you read.


Circle paper plate
Bunny ear template
Pink tissue paper

Pink Pom Pom (See tutorial here)
Large craft stick


  • Help your child draw a bunny face on the paper plate. Cut holes for eyes. (If desired add googly eyes above the eye holes and use pipe cleaners for whiskers)

  • Give your child small squares of pink tissue paper to crumple and glue to the inside of the bunny ears.

  • Cut out bunny ears

  • Glue to paper plate face.

  • Glue or tape on craft stick for a handle.

After the mask is finished drying, cuddle up with your child to read the story and reassure them that you will always have a place for them.

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Have fun making this simple bunny mask diy activity.


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