It’s spring and the time for baby animals, which means its time for these cute Chick Crafts for Easter that are easy enough for little kids!
It’s spring and you know what that means – it’s nearly Easter! It feels so good to be celebrating holidays amidst all the news we hear on a daily basis, and it’s a great way to connect with the goodness in each one of us and in the world.
Isn’t it a lovely coincidence that Easter is about resurrection, and spring is about new beginnings? This is the season for adorable little baby animals and birds to make their way into this world. Today, we’re focusing on one of our favorite baby animals ever – baby chicks!
Baby chicks are just too cute for words, aren’t they? They’re also an integral part of Easter celebrations, along with bunnies and Easter eggs. So let’s spend time with our kids and celebrate these cutie pies with some cheerful chick crafts for Easter!
20 Cheerful Chick Crafts for Easter
Easy Peasy and Fun has an easy craft that needs just one thing – craft paper! As long as you have yellow and orange, you’re all set to make this fun looking craft!
We always love crafts that have an interactive element to them, and that’s one of the reasons we’re in love with this rocking chick craft! This is something even little kids will enjoy!
Got paper rolls at home? Of course you do! And that’s all you need to make these cute paper roll chicks from One Little Project. We love how it uses many different materials like pipe cleaners and googly eyes.
If you don’t have too many craft supplies, then this project from Mas and Pas is ideal since all you need is paint! If you have googly eyes, great! But if not, you can use plain white paper and black markers instead.
Simple Everyday Mom uses a paper plate to create an adorable hatching chick craft, which makes the chick look super happy to be emerging from his egg shell!
Handprint crafts are the easiest to do with little kids, and this handprint craft is great for Easter as well as Mother’s Day, since it features a Mama hen with her little chickies!
It seriously doesn’t get easier than this craft from Crafty Morning! You need all of four pom poms and white card stock – yes, that’s it – and you have an adorable Easter card ready to give out to your loved ones!
I Heart Crafty Thing has a cute little hatching chick craft with a difference – the chicks are hatching out of their designer homes! Kids will have a blast decorating the chick’s shell in any way they like.
If you’ve got the smaller sized Popsicle sticks with you, they’re perfect for this cute craft from Crafty Morning. You can use different kinds of googly eyes to make girl chicks and boy chicks too, if you like.
A chick craft made of egg cartons – a delightful coincidence! Typically Simple shows us how easy it is to convert old egg cartons into little chicks with just some paint and bits of paper.
If you’ve got your spring reading list lined up, make it more fun with a cute Popsicle stick chick bookmark. Add some feathers to give the craft some more texture and to make it more realistic.
Red Ted Art has a lovely project featuring 3-D chicks which you can use as ornaments to hang around your home for Easter. You can also make a bunch of them and string them together to make a banner.
Here’s another fun handprint craft from Kids Craft Room that looks rather quirky! The chicks have accordion legs, lopsided googly eyes and feathered arms – how’s that for a multimedia project?
Red Ted Art has a simple yet elegant Easter craft for us. The weaving process is great for little kids to develop their concentration along with their fine motor skills.
Don’t have pom poms? No problem, plain cotton wool will do perfectly well for this craft from I Heart Arts n Crafts! Lots of techniques coming into play in this craft, like hand prints, gluing, painting and of course, cutting!
Simple Everyday Mom has a cute little chick craft that’s also a sensory pleasure! The chick is so soft to touch, you’ll feel like stroking it all day long!
Yarn is a really versatile material to use in crafting, and can be used by all ages. The Inspiration Edit makes use of yarn in different colors for a different kind of Easter craft featuring a little chick and a carrot.
Is it just me, or does this guy from Handmade Charlotte remind you of Harry Potter? This is a lovely piece of decor to have around your home for Easter and all through spring.
If your little one is in the process of learning his shapes, this craft from Clearly Primary should be right up his alley! Cut out different shapes, show him this picture and let him try to assemble the chick himself!
Make and Takes has a simple Easter craft that’s great for preschoolers. Kids love hand prints since it’s messy, and they’ll enjoy seeing their hands becoming a part of the chick’s body as well!
Most of these chick crafts for Easter are pretty simple, and require very basic craft supplies. In fact, many of them require just one or two materials to complete! If you enjoyed these, you’ll also have fun trying out our bunny crafts and sheep crafts, in keeping with the spring theme. Don’t forget to make your own treat bags to collect all those Easter treats!