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Rabbit Noses and Tails


Rabbit Noses and Tails

[20 Minutes]

With a little help from you, your child can pretend to be a fluffy bunny!

You'll need:

• face paint or make-up • powder puff • safety pin • mirror

What to do:

  1. Put a dot of red or pink face paint on your child's nose, and let him practice twitching his nose in front of a mirror.
  2. A powder puff can be safely pinned to the back of his clothing for the tail.
  3. Invite him to sing this song with you (Tune: "My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean")
    Some rabbits have bright shiny noses.
    I'm telling you now as a friend.
    The reason their noses are shiny.
    Their powder puff's on the wrong end.
    Wrong end, wrong end,
    Their powder puff's on the wrong end,
    Wrong end, wrong end,
    Their powder puff's on the wrong end.

Let's Talk: Ideas to Explore Together.

  • Can you show me your red bunny nose?
  • Let's wiggle our noses just like a bunny.
  • Show me how you hop like a bunny?

Useful information:

While you are having fun together, this activity helps your child develop language skills and imagination.

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