Ohhhhhh Ohhhhhhhh Bunny is very funny!
I said the Easter Bunny is very funny.
Come on Easter Bunny.
You are very funny!
Eggbert the Easter Egg
Eggbert the Easter Egg Was a teeny little Easter Egg. Cutest thing you ever saw In the window of a big department store.
All day the children came. Noses pressed against the window paid. Spoke to Eggbert but Alas! Eggbert cried because he couldn’t answer back.
But all at once the clouds rolled by to let the sun shine through. Believe it or not! It got so hot that Eggbert split it two!
Out popped a baby chick. A teeny weeny little baby chick. And the children heard him say: “Eggbert wishes you a Happy Easter Day!”
A simple idea, but in case you haven’t thought of it try the Bunny Pokey with your class. You can use bunny ears, bunny paws, bunny feet, bunny nose, fluffy (or bunny) tail, and any other bunny parts. My class loves doing the Bunny Pokey.
Here is a fun Easter tune called “Hippoty-Hoppity Easter Bunny” It is sung to the tune of the “Eensy,Weensy Spider”. The children sing this song seated with legs out stretched and hands touching toes. It goes like this
The Hippoty Hopity Easter Bunny is coming straight and me. Closer and closer he hops up on my knee. Up to my shoulder the Bunny’s much to near. Happy Easter, he whispers in my ear.
(As the children sing this song, their hands hop from their feet to their knees and eventually to their shoulders and ears. They absolutely love it!!!!!)
Jelly Bean Stew
I’m making Jelly Bean stew
And this is what I’ll add
Every color of jelly beans
All the kinds I’ve had
We’ll put in a pinch of magic
One rainbow, finely diced
And to add to the mixture
A little sugar and spice
Then to give it the right taste
We’ll add a child’s dream
Add some imagination
Now to let it steam
This is how to make Jelly Bean Stew
In a imaginary way
This will make you smile
And maybe brighten your day