We have done several “Feed the…” activities in the past and they are always a hit.
Today we are working on our letters as we feed the bunny some carrots.
This is the first time we have ever worked on all of the letters at once, but I thought it would be a good opportunity for you to quickly assess what your Lil’ knows.  It also gives them the opportunity to see that all the letters belong together and have a relationship with each other so they can begin to classify them as one category.
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Lil’ Explorers Focus Skills


  • Can identify all capital letters and some sounds

Fine Motor Skills

  • Coordinating the use of arms, hands, and fingers together to manipulate objects with increasing accuracy
  • Engage in activities that require hand-eye coordination

Lil’ Creators Focus Skills


  • Can identify all capital letters and most sounds

Fine Motor

  • Coordinate the use of hands, wrists, and fingers to complete tasks that require more precise movements
  • Engage in activities that require hand-eye coordination with increasing accuracy

Required Materials

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Feed the Bunny Template

*Paper Bag



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    Step #1
    Print and cut out the Feed the Bunny Template.
    Step #2
    Glue the bunny to your paper bag.
    Step #3
    Cut out the mouth of the bunny.

    Make sure you’re cutting the bunny and the paper bag.

    Step #4
    Layout the carrots.
    Step #5
    Feed the carrots to the bunny.

    Be sure to identify the letter on the carrot as you feed it to the bunny.

    Teacher Tip

    There are several ways to mix up this activity.

    • If your Lil’ already knows their letters by name, encourage them to also identify the sounds.
    • If your Lil’ is overwhelmed by all the letters at once, give them the letters in small groups.
    • Turn the activity into a hunt by asking your Lil’ to feed the bunny a specific carrot.