This adorable Yellow Chick Pom Pom Craft is the perfect craft to make this spring season!
I LOVE the spring season! It’s my favorite season (right there next to fall!) The spring season is a time to start over. Trees and flowers are in bloom and baby animals are being born or hatched!
This yellow chick craft below is easy and fun to make with your kids this spring season. All you need are yellow pom poms, pipe cleaners, glue, wiggly eyes, and a small paper dessert plate. The bright yellow color is what makes this adorable chick stand out!
While you are here, I’ve put together a variety of activities you can complete if your child is learning about chicks. In fact, here’s a fun chick hatching video to show the kids before or after making this craft to help supplement this activity.
This video below is pretty entertaining as well. It demonstrates how baby chickens grow.
If you are interested in using tangible items to teach about the life cycle of a chicken, these products may help:
…And now on to the super cute craft you came here for. Enjoy!
Yellow Chick Pom Pom Craft
- 7 inch dessert size paper plate
- Yellow pom poms (in 3 shades if available)
- 2 wiggly eyes
- 2 yellow pipe cleaners
- 1 orange pipe cleaner
- Quick dry tacky glue or school glue
Glue the pom poms to the paper plate. If using 3 shades of yellow as pictured, start with the wings first, then the breast area, and finally the top.
Cut one yellow pipe cleaner in half. Twist each half into bird feet. Glue into place.
With the remaining yellow pipe cleaner, cut in half and shape into wings. Glue into place.
Twist the orange pipe cleaner into a beak shape. Glue into place.
Glue the wiggly eyes to each side of the beak.
We hope you enjoyed this craft as much as we did!
Before you go, have your kids get up and move with this Chicken Dance Song!
Here are a few chicken life cycle books to add to your home or classroom library!