This Chick out of the egg craft is simply too cute! The hatching chick craft is popularly associated with Easter as it symbolises new life.
Whether it’s a spring craft you are looking for or something creative for teaching the hen life cycle, this chick craft is sure to be a hit! You don’t need any reason to make this fun egg chick craft for kids!
Chick Craft For Kids
This adorable chick craft for kids is simple and super fun to make. It uses basic craft supplies that you most likely have in your crafts cabinet. It is a perfect classroom craft to make with students and kids at home.
Supplies for Chick Out of Egg Craft
• White cardstock
• Construction paper – light yellow and canary yellow
• Acrylic colour – orange
• Paint brush
• Double sided tape
• Googly eyes
• Yellow twine
• Wooden clothespin
• Template (grab free template provided at the end of the page)
Step-By-Step Instructions To Make The Egg Chick Craft
1. Print the template provided on cardstock and carefully cut the pieces out using scissors.
2. Paste the chick silhouette on the canary yellow paper and wing on light yellow paper. Cut them out using scissors.
3. Glue the cracked egg shell on the head of the chick and wing on the chick’s body.
4. Take light yellow paper and cut out small rectangles from it.
5. Crumple the yellow rectangles and glue them on the chick’s wing as shown.
6. Take yellow twine and cut out small lengths from it. Paste them on the base of the Easter chick craft to make hay.
7. Next, take a clothespin and paint its mouth with orange acrylic paint. Let it dry.
8. Glue the clothespin at the back of the Easter chick to make its beak and paste googly eye on the face to complete your it.
Such an easy and quick egg out of the chick craft! We bet this chick craft for kindergarten will delight your kids and help them work on their fine motor skills.
Related: Also check out Paper Plate Chick to make cute easter chicks!
This versatile craft is a perfect addition to your easter chick crafts as well as spring crafts for kids! Make a couple of these baby chicks and hide them around the house for a Fun Easter Game.
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