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R is for Rabbit Handprint Craft (with FREE Letter R Worksheets)

Whether you are looking for a cute spring craft for kids, an Easter craft, or are learning about the letter r in your letter of the week curriculum – this super cute rabbit handprint project is sure to be a hit!  This letter r handprint craft is a fun handart projects for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students.  And after your child has finished making their handprint rabbit, you can sneak in some fun practice tracing upper and lowercase letter r. Simply download pdf file with letter r worksheets and you are ready to make your r is for rabbit handprint craft.

Whether you are looking for a cute spring craft for kids, an Easter craft, or are learning about the letter r in your letter of the week curriculum - this super cute rabbit handprint project is sure to be a hit!  This letter r handprint craft is a fun handart projects for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students.  And after your child has finished making their handprint rabbit, you can sneak in some fun practice tracing upper and lowercase letter r. Simply download pdf file with letter r worksheets and you are ready to make your r is for rabbit handprint craft.

Letter R Handprint Craft

This umbrella handprint uses some paint and simple supplies to make a r is for rabbit craft. It’s always a lot of fun to for the kids to see how their hand print can turn into something else. For this letter r handprint craft activity, you can use paint in any color to make a handprint for the main part of the rabbit. After your toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1 students have made their rabbit art project, make sure they practice tracing letter u with this letter t worksheets for kindergarten.

Letter t worksheets

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template.

brown paint on hand

R is for rabbit

This R is for Rabbit craft uses some paint and simple supplies to make a rabbit handprint. It’s always a lot of fun to for the kids to see how their hand print can turn into something else. For this craft, you can make any color handprint for the rabbit’s head, using another color like pink for the inner ears and nose. After the paint dries we use a marker or crayon to make the eyes and mouth. It’s a simple and hands-on way to learn about the letter R!

Materials:

  • Letter “R” is for Rabbit printable
  • A paint color of your choice for the rabbit’s head (we used brown)
  • Pink paint for the nose
  • black marker or crayon
  • paint brush
  • wipes to clean hands

First, print the printable to go along with this craft. We like to practice the letter on the first page before making our R is for Rabbit handprint, and we do the Free Letter R Worksheets while the rabbit handprint is drying.

Start by painting the palm and fingers brown (or another color for your rabbit’s head). Don’t put any paint on the thumb.

brown handprint without pressing thumb

r is for rabbit

Now it’s time to make the handprint! Make the print in the center of the paper with the pointer and middle finger together, and the ring finger and pinky together, leaving a gap between the middle finger and ring finger. Younger children may need help with this. Let the rabbit handprint dry completely before moving on.

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r is for rabbit craft

After the handprint is dry, it’s time to make the face. Use pink paint to make a triangle nose. Then, with the same pink paint to paint the inside of the ears pink as well. Finally, use a black marker or crayon to draw eyes and a mouth. Now your queen handprint is complete!

Free-Letter-R-Worksheets

rabbit handprint

While your rabbit is drying, complete the second page of the “R” is for Rabbit worksheet for more letter “R” practice!

Alphabet Handprint Crafts

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super cute and free pritnable Kindergarten Alphabet Worksheets are a great way for preschool, pre k, kindergartners, and first graders to practice letters from A to Z. Free Printable Find the Letter worksheets for kindergartners and preschoolers alphabet hats

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Emily

Emily formerly taught extra-curricular activities with elementary school children and now stays at home with her two young boys. She loves to get out exploring and learning alongside them. More about their adventures and activities can be found at To be A Kid Again, where Emily shares hands-on learning ideas, crafts, family fun, and more.

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