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Bunny Game

This game is fun for two or more players.

Materials

  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Pink, white, and black construction paper
  • Clear contact paper
  • Die

Directions

  1. Cut one set of the following shapes from construction paper for each player: one white bunny head, two long pink-andwhite ears, two black eyes, one black nose with whiskers, one smiling black mouth with two white teeth showing, and one black bow tie.
  2. To make the shapes durable, cover them with clear contact paper.
  3. Have the players sit around a table or in a circle with all the bunny shapes in the center.
  4. The players take turns rolling a die.
  5. A player takes a specific shape for each number she rolls:
      One = head shape
      Two = nose
      Three = one ear
      Four = mouth
      Five = one eye
      Six = bow tie
  6. Each player may take only one head, two ears, two eyes, one nose, one mouth, and one bow tie.
  7. For a competitive game, declare the first player to assemble a complete bunny face the winner.
  8. For a cooperative game, play until every player has assembled a complete bunny face.

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Copyright 2001 by Patricia Kuffner. Excerpted from The Children's Busy Book with permission of its publisher, Meadowbrook Press.

To order this book visit Meadowbrook Press.


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