Free Rabbit Life Cycle Worksheet for Kids

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Bring the exciting world of rabbits into your classroom or home with our rabbit life cycle worksheet, created especially for students from 1st to 5th grade.

This resource is packed with activities that make learning about rabbits fun and interactive. From discovering fascinating facts through research to expressing thoughts with creative writing, and from coloring to crafting, this worksheet is designed to spark curiosity and engage young minds in a meaningful way.

It’s a wonderful way to teach kids about the biology of rabbits, their growth stages, and much more, all while developing important skills like research, critical thinking, and creativity.

Whether you’re in a classroom setting, homeschooling, or just looking for educational activities for kids, these free life cycle worksheets offer a comprehensive look at rabbits that is both informative and enjoyable.

rabbit life cycle worksheets

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Rabbit life cycle worksheets

Dive into the fascinating world of rabbits with our detailed and interactive worksheets designed for elementary students.

These materials are crafted to provide a rich educational experience, covering various aspects of rabbit life, biology, and ecology through a mix of research, writing, and hands-on activities. Spread across nine full pages, these printables are easy to prepare, just ensure to have the necessary supplies.

Supplies needed:

Rabbit discovery worksheet

This introductory sheet sets the stage for young learners to embark on a journey of discovery about rabbits.

It prompts students to investigate various facets of rabbit life, including appearance, habitat, diet, movement, and interesting facts.

This planning sheet encourages curiosity and critical thinking, providing a foundation for the activities that follow.

rabbit information worksheet

Interesting facts about rabbits

  1. A baby rabbit is not called a bunny but is called a kitten, or kit for short.
  2. A rabbit’s teeth never stop growing.
  3. When rabbits are happy they perform a binky, which is an athletic leap where they perform twists and kicks mid-air.
  4. As their eyes are on the side of their heads they can nearly see all the way around them.
  5. Similar to cats, rabbits purr when they are relaxed.
  6. Carrots are not a natural part of their diet, in fact, they could get an upset stomach if they eat too many.
  7. Mother rabbits are pregnant for between 28-31 days, giving birth to up to 14 baby rabbits in a single litter.
  8. A female rabbit is called a doe and a male is called a buck.

Encourage students to find more unique facts, fostering a sense of exploration and discovery.

You will also enjoy our free funny bunny coloring pages.

Opinion writing worksheet

This worksheet invites students to express their preferences and reasons between two spring animals: rabbits or chicks.

It’s a great way to practice opinion writing and reasoning skills in a fun, themed context.

opinion writing bunny or chick

You will also enjoy our free life cycle of a chicken worksheets.

Life cycle of a rabbit information worksheet

Students will need internet access for this part of the worksheet, where they’ll delve into specifics about rabbit life, such as their natural habitats, lifespan, reproduction details, diet, population, and threats.

This activity enhances research skills and deepens their understanding of rabbits in the wild and in captivity.

  • In what countries can you find rabbits in their natural habitat?
  • How long do rabbits live? In the wild, and in captivity
  • How many babies do they typically have?
  • The type of birth, is it egg or live?
  • What food do rabbits eat? How do they get their food?
  • What is the population of rabbits? What is their biggest threat?
rabbit life cycle research worksheet

Life cycle of a bunny worksheet

Research the different stages of a rabbit’s life cycle from a newborn, to a kitten, to a young rabbit, and then an adult rabbit.

life cycle of a rabbit worksheet free

Parts of a rabbit worksheet

Label the parts of a rabbit worksheet, whiskers, eyes, hind legs, tail, body, and forelegs. Then color in the rabbit.


Life cycle of a bunny coloring page

Another sheet requires them to color and label the different stages of a rabbit’s life cycle, reinforcing their learning in a visual and interactive manner.


Scroll to the bottom of the page to grab all 8 free life cycle of a rabbit worksheets.

We love to add the Life Cycles book to our studies.

Life cycle of a rabbit crafts

Dive into the enchanting world of rabbits with our interactive crafts that illuminate the life cycle of these furry friends in a fun and educational way.

Perfect for elementary students, these crafts blend creativity with learning, offering a hands-on approach to understanding the stages of rabbit life.

From a foldable rabbit craft to a dynamic spinning wheel, students can color, cut, fold, and glue their way through the rabbit’s journey from birth to adulthood.

These activities not only engage young learners but also enhance their comprehension of life cycles in nature. Let’s explore these crafts in detail and discover how they can bring the rabbit’s life cycle to life in your classroom or home.

Check out all of our animal life cycle activities!

Foldable rabbit craft

A creative craft page where students can color, cut, fold, and glue images to create a foldable representation of the rabbit’s life stages. This activity is not only fun but also aids in understanding the sequence of life stages.

The first page is a fun rabbit craft that involves coloring, folding, cutting, and gluing.

I recommend coloring the images in first, but if you are working with much younger children then you might want to cut them in advance.


Cut up the rabbit craft, younger children may need some help.


Sort the images into the correct order and glue them under the nest. When you have glued the pictures you need to fold them along the dotted lines.

Rabbit life cycle spinning wheel craft

This craft involves making a spinning wheel to visualize the rabbit life cycle stages dynamically.

Cutting out the circles and assembling the spinner with a brass fastener provides a hands-on learning experience about the cycle of life in rabbits.


Place the rabbit life cycle image with the quarter cut out on top of the other image and add a brass fastener to the middle.


Younger children will also enjoy our rabbit handprint art.

Tips for downloading the free files

Below you will see a large sign-up box where you need to add your name and email address, and press I NEED THIS NOW!

Within minutes you will be sent the free PDF directly to your email address, so you can print it out and start using it immediately.

Sometimes emails get a little wonky, so if you can’t see it, please check your spam folder where I am sure it is hiding.



Download the free rabbit worksheet

If you are running short on time you can download all of our life cycle worksheets. There are 247 pages over 23 different life cycles.

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Last Updated on 1 May 2024 by Clare

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