Pin the Tail on the Bunny

Pin the Tail on the Bunny is a wonderful game for pre-school children. It is a variation of the classic game, Pin the Tail on the Donkey except that you use a bunny instead of a donkey.

Age:2 - 6 years

No. of players: Small group

Equipment: A large drawing of a bunny rabbit without its tail; several "tails"; a blindfold (see *below if you would prefer to download a free printable bunny rabbit drawing)

Time: Approximately 10 minutes

Aim: To pin the tail on the bunny in the correct place!

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Pin the Tail on the Bunny 1. Preparation: Draw or download (*see below) a bunny on a large piece of paper or cardboard and tape to a wall, window or door. Make several bunny tails by sticking a piece of Blu-Tack™ or double-sided tape to cotton wool balls.

2. Players take turns by being blindfolded. They are then turned around several times before they try to place their tail on the correct position on the drawing. An adult can then remove the tail and mark the place with a cross and the child's initials.

3. The winner will be the child who placed their tail closest to the correct position.


*Free Download: We have drawn two versions of bunny rabbits without tails that you can download for free to play this game. Both can be printed on four sheets of paper and glued or taped together to produce a large drawing. The Colour version is useful if you have a colour printer while the Black and White version is good for laser printers or if you want to colour it yourself. They are in pdf format and will require a PDF reader to be able to view and print them. (Most computers have a PDF reader already installed. If not, click here and follow the instructions to download Adobe Reader for free, or search the internet for "free pdf reader")


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