Storytime Theme: Bunnies

I know, I know. Easter is a month away.  So, why would I have a bunny storytime this early?  Because I am ready for SPRING!  And I think of three things when I think of spring—flowers, frogs and BUNNIES.  (I’m having frog storytime in a couple of weeks!)


  • See How They Grow: Bunny by Angela Royston (Non-fiction book gave us open discussion on what a bunny looks like when they are born, as well as making a bunny nest)
  • The Bunnies Are Not In Their Beds by Marisabina Russo (Such a cute story about parents getting frustrated and kids trying to trick parents!)
  • Bunny, My Honey by Anita Jeram (Bunny gets lost, but Momma is not far behind.)
  • Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown (This classic book has a familiar theme for preschoolers who inevitably go through a running away phase.)
  • Good Job, Oliver! by Laurel Molk (Oliver is growing a garden! And he has to keep things other than rabbits out of it!)
  • Honey Bunny Funnybunny by Marilyn Sadler (Sibling bunnies always argue, but miss it when they are not together.)



Peeking Rabbits: This craft is inspired by a link via Pinterest for  I have put templates below…I just had the kids recreate the picture!  And for the record, kids adore google eyes!

rabbit tempate2
cut out on pink construction paper
rabbit template
cut out on white paper
cut out on green construction paper



One poem called “There’s Something in My Garden” had props.  I have pictures of those below:

bunny songs 3IMG_3830IMG_3831bunny carrots


bunny songs 2bunny songs 1

This lesson plan is free and you have my permission to use it all you want.  I just ask that you give me a little love by crediting me on any blog or social media post.  Thank you!


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