Bunny Hop and a $25 Winner!

When I get an idea, I roll with it, and I can't stop!
Am I too ahead of myself with this one? :)
TpT or TN
I call this one bunny hop {a craftivity}, and it includes:
*patterns, pics, and directions
*two bunny writing prompts {each in color and b&w}
*two Easter Bunny writing prompts {each in color and b&w} and
*"Hoppy Easter" and "Hoppy Spring" labels {in color and b&w}.
That's twelve options in all for the "writing space" on the bunny craftivity!
If you likey, or dare I say lovey, you can find bunny hop {a craftivity} in my TpT shop and also in my Teacher's Notebook store :)  This little guy is listed for $2.

Oh!  And I'd like to note that I listened to you guys, and made the patterns so that you can just print them right onto colored paper!  For the bunny's little nose, for example, I traced a bunch to a page.  I also included a normal set that you can print to make tracers if you so desire {I'm old school, I like to trace}!

*I just linked this post up with Mary, for her Eggcellent Easter Idea linky party!!*

Now I'd like to announce the winner of the $25 gift card
to Target, Amazon, or TpT.
Drumroll, please!
Emily!  Congrats, girl!  Look for an email from me!


Miss Kindergarten said...

Adorbs as usual!! Cant wait to make some hoppin' bunnies!!

Second Grade News said...

This is adorable!!! My second graders made the rainbows with gold and they LOVED them. They brighten up our room with cheer.

Laura said...

Absolutely precious! Not too early at all! Love!

Peace, Love, and First Grade

The Daily Alphabet said...

This is so cute!

The Daily Alphabet

Unknown said...

This is my favorite one yet. Keep them coming!

Swimming into Second

Unknown said...

Very cute!

First Grade Blue SKies

Lori said...

Adorable bunny!
Conversations in Literacy

Mary said...

LOVE this! I like to run color cardstock thru the copier so this rocks!

I actually made a craft and thought of you! hehe

Sharing Kindergarten

Traci Clausen said...

So dang cute!
Dragonflies in First

Sarah Paul said...

I love all your stuff! This is great!
Sarah's First Grade Snippets

Miss Squirrels said...

You really have a talent for the cuteness!

Going Nutty!


Michelle Griffo said...

The bunny is adorable! I love the whole packet!

Apples and ABC's

Miss DeCarbo said...

This is really cute!! You truly sprinkle some of that cupcake sweetness into everything you create! :)

Second Grade Sugar and Spice

Jodi said...

Super cute!!!


Natalie said...

Yay, so cute! My teamies and I were just wondering what craftivity we were going to do next...problem solved! We did your rainbows the other day, can't wait for you to see how they turned out!


Unknown said...

I love all your craftivities! They are simply adorable!

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Heather's Heart said...

I have been crossing my fingers and sending you bunny vibes....can I come through the computer and give you a Hoppy Hug??!!!???

I am LOVING this more than you know. I have a bunny who has not made it to meet this group of kiddos. He always makes a visit right before Easter but right before I bring him up to school he goes missing. He leaves a note in his cage about having to leave to go help his uncle, The Easter Bunny. My kiddos about die thinking my bunny is related to the Easter Bunny.

I am so excited to make this...we are going to have to make a brown one too. My bunny, Houdini, is the most beautiful brown you have ever seen. My bunny wheels are turning now!

Sorry for the "book" post but I am just so excited!

Thank you for blessing me with you creativity! Hail to THE CRAFTY QUEEN! =)

Heather's Heart

Jacqueline Richardson said...

LUB!!! I sooo lub this! I can't wait to do this with my 2nd graders. I visit your blog often and I am a follower. Please visit me when you have time over at secondissosweet.blogspot.com.

Kim Vij said...

This is such an adorable idea, I just shared a link to your site on our Little Hands that Cook with Books Lesson about making Bunny Bread. http://theeducatorsspinonit.blogspot.com/2012/03/little-hands-that-cook-with-book-bunny.html

Rhonda said...

I love your bunny writing idea. Just found your blog, so cute. I'm your newest follower.
Come visit my blog sometime.
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