Bunny Tracing Practice

Yoohoo, the first day of the 7 Days of Bunny Printables for Kids series is finally here! That means that I’ve already sent VIP Plus members a zip file with the ENTIRE series including all VIP exclusive contet that’s in your inbox right now. If you’re a one-click or VIP member, go HERE to download the entire series with one click. As you can see, this is a great time to become a VIP member and get the whole series plus extra content right now 🙂

If you’re not ready for that step (yet), just come back every day for the next 6 days to download the rest of the printables in their free versions.

But now, without further ado, day 1: Bunny Tracing Practice!

 

Practice fine motor skills with cute bunnies and no prep: Bunny Tracing Practice for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners (Day 1 of the 7 Days of Bunny Printables for Kids).

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Materials for Bunny Tracing Practice

 

Practice fine motor skills with cute bunnies and no prep: Bunny Tracing Practice for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners (Day 1 of the 7 Days of Bunny Printables for Kids).

 

What’s in the printable PDF file?

The free version of this printable includes one page with four different tracing lines and instructions to help the bunnies reach their carrots by following the dashed tracing lines.

Practice fine motor skills with cute bunnies and no prep: Bunny Tracing Practice for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners (Day 1 of the 7 Days of Bunny Printables for Kids).

My 4-year-old really enjoyed this, although he wasn’t able to be very exact yet.

In the VIP version, you’ll find another page with four different tracing lines in zig-zag patterns as well as b&w versions of both pages.

 

Practice fine motor skills with cute bunnies and no prep: Bunny Tracing Practice for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners (Day 1 of the 7 Days of Bunny Printables for Kids).

 

Do you teach toddlers and preschoolers?

This Feed the Shark bundle includes all of the important areas of early childhood education: Letters, numbers (1-40), sizes, and colors in a super engaging feed the animal game. The bundle also includes task cards and matching storage labels.

Is your toddler or preschooler interested in learning his or her colors, numbers, letters, or sizes? This cute Feed the Shark Toddler and Preschool Bundle covers all of these learning objectives in a fun, hands-on way that little kids love! Includes labels for easy storage and task cards for suggested activities.

 

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Are you looking for more fine motor activities? Here are a few others!

Easter Egg Color by Number Coloring Page

Mermaid Tracing Practice

Color Sorting Beads

Police Snip and Sort for Toddlers

 

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