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Easter Bunny Cut & Paste Book

Are you looking for Easter themed reading activities for your kids? Grab this Easter Bunny Cut & Paste Book!

It’s a fun way for your pre-readers and beginning readers to practice concepts of print, reading repetitive text, identify sight words, and much more. 

Easter Cut and Paste Book

Easter Bunny Cut & Paste Book:

In this activity, your kids are not only practicing reading, but they are also developing their fine motor skills.

Cutting and pasting will help your children strengthen their hand muscle strength, hand and eye coordination, and much more. 

Reproducible Book

What Is A Printable Book?

A printable book is simply a book that you can print. You can follow the directions below to download, print, and assemble the book for your kids.

You can make as many copies as you need so it is a great activity for classroom teachers, homeschool co-ops, and childcare providers.

Getting Ready To Use The Easter Bunny Cut & Paste Book:

What’s Included:

  • Easter Bunny’s Jobs Cut & Paste Book

This free printable book includes a total of 13 pages (7 pages to print) including the cover. There is also 1 sheet with the job titles.

The Easter bunny jobs included in the book are firefighter, mechanic, detective, mail carrier, construction worker, police officer, cowboy, server, doctor, surgeon, delivery bunny, and pirate. 

Easter Literacy Activities

What Else Is Needed:

Preschool Worksheets

To get this reading activity ready for your kids, fill out the form below. Then, download and print the book,

Next, cut the pages apart and stack them together in order. Finally, staple the pages of the book together.

How To Use The Easter Bunny Cut & Paste Book:

To begin this reading activity, your kids will read the title “What Is My Job?” on the cover of the book and write their name.

Fine Motor Activity

Next, they will turn to a page in their book and read the repetitive text “What is my job? I am a…”

As they read, your beginning readers can work on concepts of print and identify sight words.

Fine Motor Skills

Then, they will cut and paste the job title label on the page to match the picture. They will then color the picture of the bunny.

Cut and Paste Activity

Your children will continue to match the job titles with the pictures until they have completed their book. 

Cut and Paste Book

This Easter Bunny Cut & Paste Book is a fun way for your beginning readers to practice reading repetitive text and develop their fine motor skills. 

Pin It For Later:

Do you want to save this printable book for later? Pin this to your reading activities board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!

Printable Book

More Easter Literacy Activities:

To extend this Easter activity, you can pair it with these books and other themed literacy resources.

Easter Books for Kids:

Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will enjoy reading these themed stories before completing the activity.

The Night Before Easter by Natasha Wing

Happy Easter, Little Critter by Mercer Mayer

It’s Not Easy Being a Bunny by Marilyn Sadler

Easter Literacy Activities for Kids:

With these themed activities, your students can work on writing strokes, matching letters, and more.

Easter Bunny Letter Find Worksheets

Easter Building Letter Activity

Easter Egg Letter Recognition Activity

You May Also Like The Easter Beginning Sounds Activity:

Make letter sound recognition fun with this “egg-cellent” Easter Beginning Sounds Activity!

With this picture sort resource, your students will match the initials sounds to the letters and fill the Easter baskets with eggs.

For even more fun this March or April, put the eggs around your classroom or playground and have your preschoolers and kindergarteners hunt for them.

They can work together to practice identifying, sorting, and matching the eggs to the baskets.

Click on the link or the picture to learn more about this Easter-themed resource!

Download The Easter Bunny Cut & Paste Book:

To get the printable cut and paste book for your kids, fill out the form below.

 

Paula

Thursday 30th of March 2023

I'm very anxious to put your generous gift to work with my kids. Careers is our April topic this cut and paste book couldn't be ore perfect. Thank you for your generous gift.

Paula

sheila

Thursday 30th of March 2023

My kiddos will love this activity! Thank you!

Cindy

Friday 25th of March 2022

What is my job is a darling activity! We are working on high frequency words; I, am, a, is and my, so this will fit right in. Thank you for sharing this free of charge.

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