I absolutely loved the story of The Velveteen Rabbit when I was growing up. It is such a sweet story of love between a stuffed animal and a child.
The Velveteen Rabbit is such a classic that you will see it on many different classic reading lists for homeschoolers. I love taking my favorite books and doing Literature Unit Studies with them in our homeschool. If you enjoy The Velveteen Rabbit you will love these printables and lesson plans to create your own Unit Study of The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams.
Coloring Pages – here are some cute coloring pages of the stuffed rabbit your kids will love to color while you read the story to them.
The Velveteen Rabbit Coloring Page
Velveteen Rabbit Coloring Page
The Velveteen Rabbit Coloring Page and Quote
FREE The Velveteen Rabbit Coloring Book Sample from Dover Publications
The Velveteen Rabbit Notebooking Pages from DIY Homeschooler – after reading the story, your children can write back what they learned. You could even turn this into a creative writing assignment and have them tell a story of their favorite stuffed animal and what it would be like if it came to life.
The Velveteen Rabbit Literature Unit Study from Homeschool Helper
How to Draw a Bunny Rabbit from Jenny Knappenberger – this rabbit is so cute! It looks just like The Velveteen Rabbit looks like as a standing up stuffed bunny! There is a step-by-step photo tutorial as well as a video tutorial.
How to Teach Art and English with the Velveteen Rabbit
Quiz on The Velveteen Rabbit Elementary Level Lesson Plans
The Velveteen Rabbit and Philosophy Lesson Plans for Grades 8 and Up
The Velveteen Rabbit Literature Unit for Grades 2-5 – there is a book report form, quizzes, questions and more.
Much Loved Velveteen Rabbit Lesson Plan from Crayola. This Lesson Plan and craft teaches your children about the book and has them create a new rabbit and a well loved rabbit to compare them.
FREE Full Story:
The Velveteen Rabbit or How Toys Become Real by Margery Williams with Illustrations by William Nicholson – this is completely free to read online from the public domain.
Here are some different versions of the book:
The Velveteen Rabbit: Or, How Toys Become Real Board Book
The Velveteen Rabbit (Keepsake Stories)
The Velveteen Rabbit, Illustrated (Optimized for Kindle)
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