What has four legs, is extra fluffy, small, and super adorable? Here’s a hint: they twitch their noses when they’re happy! Today we are learning how to draw a bunny with 9 easy steps.
Our free bunny drawing tutorial includes three pages with detailed steps on how to draw a cartoon bunny – a perfect activity for celebrating Easter. Grab your pencil and let’s get started!
Learning how to draw a bunny step by step
Drawing has so many benefits!
Learning how to draw a bunny, or any other animal, helps kids increase their imagination, enhance their fine motor and coordination skills, and develop a healthy way of displaying their emotions. Plus, it’s so much fun too.
Easy steps to draw a bunny for kids
Follow this easy how to draw a bunny step-by-step tutorial and you will be drawing your own bunny drawings in no time!
- Let’s start with our bunny’s head, so first let’s draw an oval.
- Draw a drop shape with a flat bottom, and erase extra lines.
- Add a vertical oval to make our bunny’s cute belly.
- Now let’s make the ears!
- For our bunny’s paws, draw two arched lines that look like a ‘W’.
- Let’s give our bunny hind legs by drawing two ovals. Notice they’re tilted in opposite directions.
- Draw smaller ovals to draw paw prints.
- Let’s draw its face! Add circles for the eyes and cheeks, half a circle for the nose and curved lines for the mouth.
- And you’re done! Color it and draw as many details as you want.
Your bunny is done! Yay!
How did your bunny drawing turn out?
Need coloring supplies? Here are some kid favorites:
- For drawing the outline, a simple pencil can work great.
- Colored pencils are great for coloring in the bat.
- Create a bolder, solid look using fine markers.
- Gel pens come in any color you can imagine.
You can find LOADS of super fun coloring pages for kids & adults here. Have fun!
More bunny fun from Kids Activities Blog
- Kids and adults love our beautifully detailed bunny zentangle coloring page
- Try making these fun & easy bunny cups with this homemade lemonade recipe – or any favorite drink!
- Keep little hands busy with this free printable bunny lacing card.
- Share more free printable bunny goodness with these adorable Thank You cards.
Great books for even more bunny fun
In this beautifully illustrated hide-and-seek book Are You There Little Bunny? children can “spot” the bunny through a hole on each page… but when they turn the page, it isn’t the bunny at all! Very young children will love searching for the elusive bunny, and all the charming details and other animals they discover along the way.
Die-cut shapes give glimpses of things that turn out to be something altogether different when you turn the page: for example an elephant’s trunk turns out to be a snake. Children will love the surprise element of turning the pages until, finally at the last page, the hiding bunny is revealed!
In this irresistible bunny puppet book, Poppy and Sam spot a rabbit and follow it around Apple Tree Farm. Each page has a different action for you to do with the rabbit, from sneezing in the flowers to snuggling up with the other bunnies at the end.
Join the busy bunnies in this book as they get ready for Easter. Whether it’s baking tasty treats for a picnic, planting colorful spring flowers, or making Easter bonnets, there are lots of exciting stickers to add to every scene.
Add a little bit of fun to each scene with lots of reusable stickers. You can create your own scenes again and again in this charming sticker book!
This charming two-sided cloth Hush-A-Bye Bunny book combines a variety of touch-and-feel fabrics with a gentle, rhyming text, making it the perfect book for night and day, sleep and play.