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We can all agree bunnies are awesome! I have yet to find a kid that doesn’t like them (quite a few also want to have them) so you just know that learning with bunny printables just has to be fun!
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We have cute mazes to solve, some writing practice to do and a whole lot of drawing and coloring.
Let’s have some learning fun!
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This printable activity book has 8 pages (two pages on each piece of paper) full of fun activities for preschoolers and kids in kindergarten (older kids will love quite a few of them too!) .
So this pack includes:
- 1 page where kids have to finish a drawing of the bunny and color it.
- 1 page where kids have to find specific objects on the picture and the color it.
- 1 page simple counting activities.
- 2 pages with fun mazes to solve.
- 1 page with tracing the letter A and B (and coloring the picture once done or before).
- 1 page with spotting the differences on two pictures.
- 1 page where kids have to spot an object that’s different than others in the row.
Little Bunny Preschool Pack
Little Bunny Series is a series of books written by Diane Miller and I was given some of the books from the series to review (opinion is my own and of a little 3 and a half year old helper).
The series deals with a lot of subjects – educational and personal development (emotions) – young children should “master”.
Each of the books talks about one subject and presents it through a simple and easily understandable story involving the Little Bunny, his Mother, friends and some other creatures.
Now, I personally am a girl that likes graphic heavy books but the simplicity of the illustrations in this series is very appealing – they are cute enough to make the kids love the characters and simple enough to not distract them (well at least that’s what I noticed with my little helper) and keep them engaged with the story (and passive learning).
Text in all of the books is easy and understandable for young readers (and listeners in my case).
I loved this book, it’s about that one thing that kids do often struggle with – sharing. Now I’ve read quite a few books that deal with this subject but haven’t read many that tackle the issue in such an easy to relate to manner (especially for the kids).
When reading this to your kids it’s really easy to get them involved as they can relate to the situation and would probably feel the same as the Little Bunny (or their friend) does and the solution of the “problem” will feel natural to the kid.
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