If you wish to make a toy at home that does not take much time, then try this. It looks cute and can be added to your soft toy collection.
The things you need:
Fused bulb Cotton Adhesive Black pepper corns Velvet paper or the Indian ‘Bindi’ Scissors Step 1: Take a bulb and stick cotton on it, covering it completely. Give additional padding of cotton for the mouth of the rabbit.
Step 2: Cut out the cotton in the shape of rabbit ears and stick them to the rabbit’s head....
Bunty rabbit hopped home angrily.
“What happened?” asked Mama Rabbit. “No school today?”
“Why did great-great-great-great-great grandfather lose the race against the tortoise?” shouted Bunty tearfully. “Everyone laughed at me when Ma’am Owl told us the story.”
“Great-great-great-great-great grandfather rabbit was a proud rabbit,” said Mother Rabbit sternly. “He was always boasting and never even thought once that someone could outsmart him. That day, the tortoise did.”
Bunty Rabbit Runs a Race Again “Slow and steady won the race!...
A long time ago, humans were only as tall as hens and rabbits.
These tiny “humans”, if you can call them that, lived under trees.
Living in trees was not very nice.
During rains they got wet. In summers they sweated madly, and in winter they almost froze into ice.
Life was tough.
How the First House was Built [Illustrations by Sudheer Nath] So they started living in burrows, just the way rabbits do....
What is it that makes every child remember Bugs Bunny? Its toothy smile of course! All rabbits have huge buck teeth in front, and with good reason. Being vegetarians they have to make a meal of leaf, grass, or vegetable.
The plants, on their part, are very smart. Over a period of time they have developed ways of protecting their leaves from such animals, for they need leaves to make their own food.
Why Do Rabbits have Buck Teeth?...
In the Kanha forest in India, lived a little bunny rabbit called Golu. He was called Golu because of his small round ball of a tail.
Golu lived with his mother Molu in a deep burrow under the tall grass of the forest. The burrow had large rooms and many doorways and Golu loved to run from room to room hoppity-skip.
Every morning Molu went out into the forest and nearby farms to hunt for carrots and radishes....
Hooty owl was puzzled. No one had come to the jungle school. “Maybe the little ones are late,” thought the teacher. “I’ll wait for a little while longer.”
Hooty owl did not know that her students had decided to miss school. They had started out for school but then changed their minds.
“I am NOT going to school. I hate it,” said Squeaky squirrel.
“I’m feeling lazy and so I’m NOT going to school,” said Hoppy rabbit ....
Chun Chun hated carrots. He felt his anger rise as he heard his mother speak.
“How will you grow if you don’t eat your vegetables?” scolded Mama Rabbit. “You won’t have the strength to say BOO to a goose!”
“But I eat so many things!” protested Chun Chun angrily. “Just because I hate carrots, you scold me every day!”
Mama Rabbit sighed.
“How many times have I told you — carrots will improve your eyesight?” she said....
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