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 craftymorning.com. I have put templates below…I just had the kids recreate the picture! And for the record, kids adore google eyes!
One poem called “There’s Something in My Garden” had props. I have pictures of those below:
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