Friday, April 27, 2012

Our Rabbits

We are patiently waiting for our rabbits to be born so they can come and visit in our classroom. We made some rabbits with cotton wool, cotton buds, joggle eyes and little pink felt circles. We also made a safe habitat on a paper plate. We are now practising how to be responsible for our little bunnies and are taking good care of them.
Here are our pet rabbits.

Thanks Mrs Hibbins for the great idea!



  1. What gorgeous rabbits!! What names did you choose for your "cotton bud bunnies"? I'm sure you're all looking forward to taking care of the visiting rabbits and I look forward to seeing photos and hearing about them! From Jo A

  2. Hello Prep,

    The arrival of baby rabbits is exciting. You'll find them so tiny at first but rabbits do grow much more quickly than us.

    I am glad you are all practising to be responsible and caring for the baby rabbits. Looking after a pet is a big responsibility.

    I wonder how many boys and girls will be born. You might have fun choosing names for each. :)

    Teacher, NSW, Australia

  3. Hi Prep K, Your cotton wool bunnies are adorable. I wonder if the cotton wool bunnies are as soft as the real bunnies? We are looking forward to seeing the bunnies when they are born. I know you will be very excited and will take good care of them. Love Susan B.

  4. Hi Prep K, I love your bunnies! from Barb Macaluso

  5. Hi Prep K,
    I love your cotton wool rabbits. I am looking forward to meeting the real rabbits when they arrive. I am sure you will do a great job looking after them.
    Love Marika (Hamish's mum)

  6. Hi Prep K

    You are all very creative. I love those cotton wool bunnies. Mia made one at home too.

    Love Jing

  7. I love your rabbit pictures because you have worked hard on them.

    From Sarah in Barlow hall primary school

  8. Holly Hibbins (Mrs Hibbins daughter)May 1, 2012 at 7:55 AM

    Hi Prep K
    Your rabbits are very cute and I think they must be the most perfect pets. You all did such a great job on your rabbits and habitats. Well done.


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