Hatching Chicks

Hatching chicks Easter craft for kids from KinderArt.com

Summary:

Learn how to make a tiny hatching chick using cotton balls, glue and plastic Easter eggs.

What You Need:

  • Plastic Easter Eggs
  • Yellow Cottonballs (buy them at the craft store or add food coloring to white cotton balls) OR yellow pom poms.
  • Glue
  • Small Googly Eyes
  • Orange Construction Paper

What You Do:

Open the Easter Eggs and place a drop of glue in the bottom of one side of the egg.

Place the yellow cottonball (or pom pom) on the dot of glue.

Then glue the small eyes to the cottonball (or pom pom).

Cut out a small orange triangle to use as the chick’s beak and glue onto the cottonball (or pom pom).

Voila – a baby chick in an egg.

Image: B. K. Williams

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