**PDF version coming soon! This is SUCH a fun project for any classroom! I started doing these bunnies with my little Kindergarteners for a light-hearted Spring laugh. The kindergarten students LOVED them! Then some of my older students got a bit jealous. So, we did these bunnies as a quick filler project with 2nd grade, and had a blast! We do NOT use pre-made templates, rather, the students follow step-by-step instructions with room to individualize. Each rabbit turns out delightfully unique, even though the same instructions are given to each little artist. In this light-hearted project, we practice listening, following directions, coloring, and painting with a ‘wash’ and ‘crayon resist’ technique. After the bunny rabbits are created, students have the option of creating background patterns on construction paper, cutting and doing collage. Needed materials are VERY basic (good paper, pencils, Sharpies for outlining, crayons, paintbrushes, watercolor/tempera cake paint... optional construction paper, scissors and glue for optional collage step!). You can use the unlisted Youtube video for clarification on instructions or even just play the video for your students (as I do!) and take a little teaching break! Included in this lesson: sample kindergarten visual arts standards, materials list, grading rubric, 'Essential Questions', detailed written instructions, step-by-step simplified instructions with photos, unlisted Youtube video link, lots of project photos and ideas! Enjoy this delightfully fun lesson from the art classroom of Claire Dunaway Cyr!