Easy Easter Bunny Treats For Kids
Today I have a super cute Easter treat to share with you. These easy Easter Bunny treats and candy pops are simple and fun to make and a great idea for the classroom or home.
If you’re looking for a great Easter Gift idea for your little ones to make, or even for an Easter treat to give the kids in your classroom then this is a wonderful and easy suggestion!
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What’s Needed To Make This Easy Easter Gift
- 5 Push Pop Containers
- Assorted Easter Candy ( 5 different kinds)
- Construction Paper ( 5 different colors & White)
- 5 Small Poms (Assorted Colors)
- Googly Eyes
- Black Pipe Cleaners
- Hot Glue Gun/Elmer’s Glue
How To Make Easter Bunny Push Pops
1. Cut out 10 white bunny Ears. I made one template so I could quickly trace and cut them out but that is optional.
To make the inside of the bunny ear, cut two smaller shapes out of each colored construction paper and glue them together.
Cut 1-2 inch size pipe cleaners for each bunny. You’ll need 4 per pop.
Glue on 2 eyes, a pom nose, and 2 bunny whiskers on each side.
Glue 2 ears on the top inside of the pop container. Let dry.
Use the lids to stand up the pop containers and fill each one with different candies.
Enjoy for Easter!
*If you are wanting to close the lid on each pop then make sure to glue the ears on the outside so the lid will fit on.
You may also enjoy the following Easter Ideas:
- Marbled Easter Eggs
- How To Tie Dye Eggs For Easter
- Easy Easter Chick Yarn Project
- Easter Chick Paper Craft
- Coloful Easter Egg Crafts For Kids
And don’t forget to check out our super cute and fun Easter Bunny Sensory Bin!
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts, preschool music and reading with kids. Don’t forget to follow our fun crafts and creative ideas over on Facebook.