Paashaas knutselen!


Kijk eens wat een knappe Paashaas!!

Ik kreeg een leuke knutsel binnen van Nancy d. Gendt van de BSO uit België. Ze heeft deze leuke paashaas gemaakt die kinderen zelf in elkaar kunnen zetten en kleuren.

Patroon:

Dit is het patroon van de Paashaas Je knipt hem bij voorkeur uit en anders prikken met een prikmatje erbij. Alle onderdelen haal je er op die wijze eruit. Gaan nu alle onderdelen voorzien van een kleur met viltstiften  die jij mooi vind voor de paashaas.  Als oogjes gebruik je wiebel oogjes die je er op kan plakken. Als neusje maak je een mini-pomponnetje. Gezicht-details teken je er op als je het hebt ingekleurd met stift.

De Paashaas laten staan:

Nu is het het leukste natuurlijk dat de Paashaas kan blijven staan. Hiervoor maak je een steuntje van karton zoals hieronder op de foto.  Nu is je Paashaas klaar!

 

Een leuk boekje over de..Paashaas

Vandaag is het Pasen. Anna en haar broertje Lars zijn al vroeg wakker.Samen gaan ze paaseitjes zoeken.Waar zou de paashaas de eitjes verstopt hebben?Al snel vinden ze een heleboel chocolade-eitjes.En wat is het moeilijk om daar af te blijven 

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