Letter of the week ! R r!

Rabbit R !

We have almost completed our alphabet! R is a fun letter that you can use “red” or ” rice” but we chose to do “rabbit” as out R activity! This craft is fast and easy, and perfect for a busy Monday. You can use furry material or felt if you don’t want to make as colorful a rabbit as we did!
  1. Gather your materials. You will need 2 pieces of construction paper, a pipe cleaner, a marker, glue , scissors and some paint.
  2. Draw a large R and some rabbit ears on your construction paper.
  3. Have your child paint the R and the ears. While painting my son sounded like a pirate repeating ” Arr!” over and over while hitting the paint dobbers onto the paper.
  4. Cut the R and ears out, snip the pipe cleaner in half and twist to make whiskers.
  5. I made a R out of glue and then my son was able to match up where his R was supposed to go on the paper.
  6. Add the ears and whiskers on. My son was patting the ears on so fast you can barely see his arm!
  7. Let dry!

Song!


Little Bunny Foo Fo
o

Little bunny foo foo ,
hopping through the forest,
scooping up the field mice ,
and bopping them on the head!

Down came the Good Fairy,
and she said ,
“Little bunny foo foo, I don’t want to see you,
scooping up the feild mice and bopping them on the head!
I’ll give you three chances before I turn you into a gooooooon!”

  • Repeat until no more chances!

Book!



” My Friend Rabbit “ by Eric Rohmann is a cute book with award winning illustrations that follows a mouse and a rabbit who remain friends despite the rabbit’s uncanny ability to get into trouble. The little rabbit means well and his heart is true, the limited text and descriptive illustrations make this book great for a wide range of age groups and my son loved the Rhino!

Comments

  1. Astrid says

    I love all the letters you’ve done. I am curious…why not in alphabetical order? My daughter is in Kindergarten and they’re not doing the letters in A-B order either…I’m just wondering if there’s a reason.

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