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R Is for Rabbit Craft

child glues nose to her lowercase r craft

Rumor has it there’s a lowercase R craft ready to bounce its way into your home and into your child’s heart. With a twitch of its little nose and a wiggle of its long ears, the adorable rabbit in this ABC Craft is ready to help teach your child the letter R!

Here’s What You’ll Need

  • 2 sheets of printer paper
  • Card stock (we used yellow, tan, pink, and white)
  • R Is for Rabbit Craft templates
  • One googly eye
  • Pencil, glue stick, and scissors

Instructions for Assembling Your Lowercase R Craft

  1. Print the R Is for Rabbit Craft templates.
  2. Cut out the templates and trace the letter R and the rabbit’s ears, nose, and tail onto card stock.
  3. Cut out the letter R and the rabbit pieces.
  4. Glue the letter R to a piece of card stock (we used yellow, but you can use any color you like).
  5. Attach the inner ears to the ear pieces.
  6. Tuck the ears under the upper edge of the letter R and glue in place.
  7. Tuck the tail under the lower edge of the letter R and glue in place.
  8. Glue the nose to the letter R as shown in the video below.
  9. Position a googly eye near the upper edge of the letter R between the ears and the nose.

little girl glues her lowercase r craft child assembles her lowercase L craft child glues an eye to her lowercase r craft

Learning with Your Letter R Craft

As you and your child assemble your R Is for Rabbit Craft, practice saying /r/–/r/–rabbit together. You can find more tips for working on pre-reading skills with your preschooler in this handy download.

children display their lowercase r craft

We would LOVE to see how your lowercase R craft turns out! Please share your photos with us on our Facebook page, or tag your Instagram photos with the hashtag #allaboutABCcrafts!

Want More ABC Crafts?

page spread from the abc crafts lowercase series download

Free Lowercase ABC Letter Crafts

For crafts that start with lowercase letters A through Z, get the complete printable set of ABC Craft for Lowercase Letters.

page spread from the abc crafts uppercase series download

Free Uppercase ABC Letter Crafts

For crafts that start with uppercase letters A through Z, get the complete printable set of ABC Craft for Uppercase Letters.

Photos by: Rachel Neumann

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I can definitely see my four years old enjoying this. Thank you!

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