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Pompom Easter Chicks

These Pompom Easter Chicks are a simple craft activity for kids to do this Easter!  They are super cute and a fun prop to encourage imaginative play.

What you will need?

You will need medium and large pompoms, bottle tops, feathers, glue, wiggly eyes, scissors, glue and orange coloured card/paper.

Let’s Create 

Place a small amount of glue into a bottle top and place a large pompom on top.  Add some more glue to the pompom and place 2 feathers overlapping on top.

Let’s Play 

Place a little more glue onto the feathers and add another pompom on top.  Gently lay the Easter chick onto its side and glue on the eyes and cut out paper for a beak.  Allow the Easter chicks to dry before playing with them.

Using our Pompom Easter Chicks for Imaginative Play

My girls set up a play scene for their Pompom Easter Chicks for some imaginative play.  You can be as creative as you like with what you can use.  Here are couple of suggestions and ideas of what you could for the play scene:

  1. Blue fabric for water (felt, towel or blanket)
  2. Green fabric for a field
  3. Any farm props or toys you may have such as a tractor or trees
  4. Shredded yellow paper for hay
  5. Containers for chicken pens
  6. Blocks
  7. Lids off containers
  8. Recycled boxes
  9. Other farm animals
  10. Toilet rolls stuffed full with leaves to create trees

2 thoughts on “Pompom Easter Chicks”

  1. Love these little chicks and the best thing is they are using recyclables like so many of your great ideas.
    Your site is looking amazing. So glad you are part of EARLY PLAY AUSTRALIA. and will put this in the EAster Craft Round up there. Thanks

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Hi and welcome to Learning 4 Kids!

My name is Janice and I am an Early Childhood Teacher in Australia.

I have a strong passion and love for teaching and creating meaningful learning experiences for my students. What I love most is watching children discover in those amazing light bulb moments. I hope Learning4kids brings you some useful ideas.

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