|Rabbits make great pets. Rabbits
are good for food. Rabbits are fun for entertainment whether reading
books, watching cartoons or animated films, or drawing or coloring.
The world is full of rabbits and these links
open you up to that world!!
Want to have a rabbit for a pet? The website
games and activities can be found at Kidspired
Bunnies. A book list of
favorite bunny books and student showcases can also be found. Click the
picture to take you there.
of the American Rabbit Breeders
Association. It is dedicated to the promotion, development,
and improvement of the domestic rabbit. The Association is based
in Bloomington, Illinois. Click the picture to take you there.
the Outdoors hunting website gives you tips on hunting and
tracking rabbits for game. There are also links to hunting safety
tips. Click the father & son hunting
photo to take you to
the All About Rabbits
website. It contains rabbit care tips, links to other rabbit related
web sites, health information,
pictures of rabbits, and more. Click the picture to take you
Tech runs this website on rabbit processing for food.
procedures and recipe ideas. Click the picture to take you to
is the website of Fact
Monster. It has links to several pages relating to
rabbits. There are encylopedia entries about rabbits as well as
dictionary links. Click the rabbit
take you there.
Story of Peter Rabbit
by Beatrix Potter. You can click to read it yourself or have
it read to you by Jan Sole. Potter's other books are also
available to read online at this site. Click Peter's picture to take
you to the site.
Bunny's home page can be found at Looney Tunes website. Click
Bugs' picture to
take you to the site of this classic cartoon character.
Tales of Br'er
Rabbit and his outsmarting of Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear can be
site dedicated to Joel Chandler Harris of Eatonton, Georgia.
Eatonton is near Macon. There is a museum located there
celebrating Harris' life and Br'er Rabbit's adventures. Click Br'er
Rabbit's picture to take you to the site.
Imagine you are a mommy or a daddy. Your child wants a rabbit for a pet. You decide first to see what will be involved in taking care of a rabbit. Is it easy to take care of rabbits? What all will you need to care for your child's rabbit? What will you want his rabbit to look like? Where will you want your child's rabbit to live?
1. Visit the website that gives tips on caring for rabbits.
2. What are some things you will need to begin with in
caring for your child's rabbit?
3. Will the rabbit live inside your house or will he be kept in
a cage in your yard?
4. Draw a picture of what you want your child's rabbit to
look like. Is he going to be big or little? Is he going to be
brown, black, white, or several colors?
5. Give your drawing to the teacher and he will look over it,
scan it, and have it published on the internet.
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