Here are some lovely Easter ideas for you.
Make bunny-ear head bands. Make a strip of paper to go around your child’s head, and staple some card/paper ears on it, like in our photo. You can newspaper if you like. Here’s a slightly fancier version. (Tip: if you are using staples, put a little piece of sticky tape over the staple ends so they don’t get caught on your child’s hair.)
Make a bunny hand-puppet using an old bill envelope.
Play and sing Haeschen in der Grube (rabbit in the burrow). When we sing and play this at GAP one child goes into the middle of the circle and curls up as the Haeschen while we sing. We all go into the middle of the circle and gently pat the Haeschen during the line “armes Haeschen bist du krank, das du nicht mehr huepfen kannst?” then quickly run back into our circle spots for the next line to allow space for the Haeschen to jump up and hop. Here is the song sung with the lyrics.
Ready for a quiet story time? Die Haeschenschule (Rabbit School): a very old classic story, read aloud. (We usually skip the bit at 3:43 because we don’t have naughty children at GAP, and even if we did, they wouldn’t be treated in that old-fashioned way.)