Bunny and Sheep Coloring Pages

Bunny and sheep coloring pages to celebrate spring, plus a fun multi-sensory way to decorate them with toddlers and preschoolers. Kids will enjoy making eraser stamped bunnies and eraser stamped sheep.

Bunny and sheep coloring pages to celebrate spring, plus a fun multi-sensory way to decorate them with toddlers and preschoolers. #coloringpages #springactivities #toddleractivities #ece #freeprintables

Sheep and Bunny Coloring Pages for Spring

Spring is the perfect time to color in sheep and bunnies! I made these coloring pages after my kids used similar pages at our library (ten years ago! That’s how you know you’ve been blogging forever).

These coloring pages are fun to color or paint. They also make a great foundation for this cute bunny and sheep sensory spring craft!

Sheep and Bunny Sensory Art Activity

This spring sensory art craft only takes a few minutes. Kids can also do this activity after first coloring the bunny and sheep pages.

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This is another library craft. There’s nothing spectacularly original about it, but it was one of Emma’s all-time favorite crafts, and I remember enjoying it when I was around her age. She loved using the glue stick all on her own, and she enjoyed arranging the cotton balls on her sheep and bunny.

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Emma’s finished sheep and bunny

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Johnny’s finished sheep and bunny

You probably noticed that Johnny’s sheep and bunny are a little bare. He loved putting glue all over them, but he had no interest in the cotton balls. I even put a few on, and he angrily tore them off…

It’s a good reminder that, while we can plan activities for our children all we like, they get to decide what they do with the activity!

Bunny and Sheep Printable Coloring Pages

Are you ready to try this activity with your kids? Download your printables from my Teachers Pay Teacher site. You can also download them by clicking on the sheep image below.

sheep coloring page

More Spring Crafts for Kids

I’d love to see how your use these bunny and sheep coloring pages!

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MaryAnne lives in Silicon Valley with her Stanford professor husband Mike and their four children. She writes about parenting through education, creativity, and play. Mama Smiles - Joyful Parenting is a space to share crafts, hands on learning activities, and family outings that enrich lives and bring families together.

7 thoughts on “Bunny and Sheep Coloring Pages”

  1. I love your kids’ work, and Johnny being a minimalist is great! Emily brought home a craft project from school today – it was a bunny painted with spool prints. She cried out in dismay when she discovered the cotton ball bobtail had fallen off and a frantic search ensued. It was finally found and duly reglued on. Kids and cotton-ball art are so funny. I think Johnny might catch on soon, though!

  2. That’s awesome! We did snowmen snowball things back in December. My son really liked glueing the cotton balls but I’ve been at a loss of what to do next! I’m not very creative but we’ll have to find some sheep to put coton balls on!

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