To tap into the current colour sorting sensitive period we put together a rabbit colour sorting tray.
If we had more time, we’d definitely be downloading this Beatrix Potter watercolour printables set from Fiddlessticks Ed.
We love these Forest Matching Cards from Montessori at Home, featuring rabbits, woodpeckers and more.
The Little Rabbit by Judy Dunn is a sweet story illustrated with photographs - here is a downloadable printable to accompany the book.
For older children, this biology and maths unit about limiting factors from the National Geographic explains why we’re not overrun with rabbits!
And finally, if you’re thinking of getting a pet rabbit, here’s a guide from the RSPCA.
The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams - A family favourite: The Velveteen Rabbit is a real treasure. May make you cry!
The Beatrix Potter Treasury - An artist, storyteller, botanist, environmentalist, farmer and businesswoman, Potter was a visionary and a trailblazer and left an incredible legacy; apparently one of her books sells every 15 seconds!
R is for Rabbit by Kate Slater - R is for rest! Did you know that rabbits sleep a lot? They’re awake at dusk and dawn. Packed with bright pictures and short text, this engaging animal book provides curious children with lots to talk about and look at.
Rabbits: Watch Me Grow - Entertaining and colourful fact boxes invite further reading and will encourage your child to to learn about animal behaviour as well as about rabbits all around the world.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll - Alice is accompanied on her journey of trials and tribulations by the frantic White Rabbit, the demented and terrifying Queen of Hearts, the intriguing Mad Hatter, and many other eccentric characters.
Ten Little Rabbits by Virginia Grossman - Ten Little Rabbits celebrates Native American traditions, including weaving, fishing and storytelling, whilst introducing numbers from one to ten.