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This Little Peter Rabbit craft, with it’s moving fly, was inspired by my inability to stop humming the song about him and the fly on his nose.
You know the one, right?
I think this earworm was firmly embedded as a result of the combination of Easter and the new Peter Rabbit movie.
Here in Australia at Easter, we replace “Peter Rabbit” with “Barry Bilby” when singing this ditty.
Feral rabbits are a pest here in Australia that destroy the habitats of our native fauna.
To raise awareness about the environmental damage that rabbit cause, whilst drawing attention to the plight of endangered species, conservation groups have made the bilby an Australian Easter icon.
This Peter Rabbit craft also coincided with a clean-out of the craft cupboard.
We rediscovered the chalk pastels and oil pastels.
I presented those materials and let the children create.
Mr almost-2 went rogue and found some stickers I had doodled on. I adore what he did.
Draw a fly and glue it onto a craft stick.
Tape dowel to the back of the cardboard.
Prepare to sing “Little Peter Rabbit Had a Fly Upon His Nose” a gazillion times!