This easy elementary Easter craft, Pompom Baby Chicks, is a great way for kids to recycle the plastic eggs they’ve just collected. As an added bonus, you can use this craft to help kids learn about the new life that is available in Jesus.
What you’ll need:
- yellow pompoms,
- small google eyes,
- small orange felt triangles,
- plastic Easter eggs, and
- craft foam circles.
Elementary Easter Craft: Pompom Baby Chicks
First, have kids use one-half of the plastic egg to glue two, stacked yellow pompoms into the egg half. Then, use glue to secure two googly eyes and an orange felt beak on the top pompom. Lastly, glue the bottom of the plastic egg to the craft foam circle for easy display. Children can even make a second chick to give to a friend!
After the kids have finished their pompom baby chick, take a moment to talk to children about the new life that is available in Jesus. If kids made a second chick, tell them to give it to a friend and tell them about their new life in Jesus!
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