Learning about the life cycle of rabbits is so much fun with these free and easy to prepare resources. Mostly aimed at younger children, though some of them can be used with older ones.
Rabbits are such cute creatures, that in some places of the world, you can own as a pet, with some people even breeding the for meat. As they breed at a rapid pace, giving brith to up to 14 babies, known as kittens in a single litter, they can easily take over any area they reside in. Where I live here in Australia, there are so many of them that they are considered feral pests. It is also illegal to own a rabbit in the state I live in.
They are very social animals that live in warrens, which are a series of tunnels and rooms that they dig out under the ground. Since their teeth never stop growing, they need to constantly wear them down, which they do chewing on grass and vegetables.
Learning about the life cycle of rabbits is so much fun with these free and easy to prepare printables. Mostly aimed at younger children, though some of them can be used with older ones.
These Bunny Counting Mats are a great way to work on counting skills with a variety of counting activities on each mat. Or maybe they would enjoy these Bunny Counting Mats which are great for introducing young learners to numbers and counting.
To work on letter recognition and handwriting, young learners will love these fun Rabbit Themed Handwriting Pages.
With this Rabbit Lapbook young children will learn all about rabbits and their life cycle, all while working on their fine motor skills.
With this Rabbit Life Cycle Printable Pack, children will not only completing a variety of activities relating to the life cycle of a rabbit, but they will also be working on their math and literacy skills.
Many animals, including rabbits, leave paw prints in many of the places they travel through. Learn about 23 different prints and practice measuring them with these fun Measuring An Animal Print worksheets.
Aimed at slightly older children, this Rabbit Life Cycle Flip Book is a great way for children to record what they have learnt while studying rabbits and their life cycle.
With these notebooking pages, children of a variety of ages will be able to record their research the different breeds of rabbits.
With this Pets Printable Pack, young learners will not only completing a variety of math and literacy activities relating, they will be learning about different animals that they could own as a pet.
Here are some amazing resources for learning all about rabbits!
Stacey is a homeschooling Christian mum trying to live a simple, frugal, healthy life. She lives with her husband and two gorgeous boys in the sunshine state of Queensland, Australia. You can check out her blog at Simple Living Creative Learning where you find printables, kids activities, homemaking resources, homeschooling encouragement, and even some recipes!