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Easter Classroom Treat – Bunny Marshmallow Stack


Guaranteed to be a hit with the kids, this Easter classroom treat idea is so easy to make and a perfect way to celebrate the season with a colorful and fun bunny marshmallow stack.

Easter Classroom Treat made with a stack of pink marshmallows



The whole family will get a kick out of these bunny-riffic treats. They make the perfect idea for a class party or family get-together.


Hop to it because the kids will go crazy for these fun little snacks.



Materials & Ingredients you will need:



How to Make a Bunny Marshmallow Stack Easter Classroom Treat!



Place 3 marshmallows on top of each other in a cellophane bag. If you can’t find pink marshmallows then a white or chocolate bunny would be equally as cute.



If the cellophane bag is too big you can roll it and affix it with a piece of tape.



Trim off any excess bag, fold it down to the back, and tape again.



On the white paper draw and cut out 2 ears, 2 hands, and 2 legs.



On the pink paper, draw and cut out the inside of the 2 ears.



Draw a paw on the foot with the pink marker. You can also draw on the inside of the ears if you prefer. We started to do that as you see in the photo below but then decided to use the construction paper pink ears.



Glue the inside of the ear (the pink one) on the white ear.



Glue the ears on top of the Easter classroom treat.



Glue on the decorative heart bead for the nose and the paws.



Using the black marker, draw the eyes, mouth, and whiskers.



At this point the bunny is ready to go as is but why not go one more extra step and tie a bow with a thin piece of ribbon around his neck.



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Bunny Marshmallow Stack Classroom Treat

Bunny Marshmallow Stack Classroom Treat

Yield: multiple
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Guaranteed to be a hit with the kids, this Easter classroom treat idea is so easy to make and a perfect way to celebrate the season with a colorful and fun bunny marshmallow stack.

Ingredients

  • Pink Marshmallows

Materials

  • White and pink paper
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • glue stick
  • pink and black marker
  • heart shaped bead
  • cellophane bags
  • silk ribbon
  • transparent tape

Instructions

  1. Place 3 marshmallows on top of each other in a cellophane bag.
  2. If the cellophane bag is too big you can roll it and affix it with a piece of tape.
  3. Trim off any excess bag, fold it down to the back, and tape again.
  4. On the white paper draw and cut out 2 ears, 2 hands, and 2 legs.
  5. On the pink paper, draw and cut out the inside of the 2 ears.
  6. Draw a paw on the foot with the pink marker.
  7. Glue the inside of the ear (the pink one) on the white ear.
  8. Glue the ears on top of the Easter classroom treat.
  9. Glue on the decorative heart bead for the nose and the paws.
  10. Using the black marker, draw the eyes, mouth, and whiskers.
  11. Tie a bow with a thin piece of ribbon around his neck.


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