We love seeing all the baby animals around springtime! Baby bunnies and chicks are so soft, fuzzy, and so very adorable.
With spring here, baby birds will be hatching and coming out of their shells. They’re picking up the pieces to help your little one spell their name in this chick name craft.
Kids will love this paper craft where they make their own baby chick, then use their letter recognition to spell out their names. Alternatively, the eggshells can be left blank for children to practice their handwriting and name spelling.
This is a fun craft that will keep your little ones occupied and entertained while helping them develop fine motor skills, scissor skills, and following instructions.
Our printable template will help you prepare this craft with ease. So download the template and gather up just a handful of supplies to get the kids having fun and learning!
Looking for more fun and easy Easter crafts for kids? We have lots of great crafts that will get your kids even more excited for the holiday.
Easter Chick Name Activity
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Chick template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Download the chick template, edit it to include the letters in your child(ren)’s name, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
Start by gluing the eyes beneath both of the chick’s eyebrows.
Place the beak between the bottom portion of the eyes and glue it in place.
Next, glue the belly to the middle of the chick’s body.
Optionally: Add legs to the chick by gluing the feet to the back and bottom of the chick’s body.
Take the completed chick and glue it to a piece of colored paper, leaving space on the bottom for the child’s name.
Finish up by gluing the egg letters below the chick to spell out the child’s name.
Since we’re sure your little ones loved creating this craft, be sure to check out our many other fun name crafts they can make!
Easter Ideas For Kids
Don’t let the fun and learning end! One of the best ways to keep the Easter fun going is by incorporating some fun Easter crafts and activities.
These will keep kids engaged and learning while they create something with their own two hands. Check out our Easter ideas below to get the kids busy and having fun this spring!
Easter Books For Kids
Reading books to your children is one of the most beneficial activities you can do for their development and growth.
This simple act has enormous potential to enhance a child’s critical thinking skills and ability to comprehend complex concepts. Reading also encourages concentration and helps young minds understand the structure of written language and stories.
By introducing kids to literature, vocabulary, and problem-solving through books, you’re preparing them for further learning later in life! Keep reading for some of our top recommendations for Easter books for kids.
There are so many great Easter books for kids, but these are some of our favorites. Grab them from the library or buy them to add to your child’s collection! They’re great for helping your child develop a larger vocabulary, focus, and more!
Happy Easter Mouse – Everyone knows Mouse from the classic If You Give A Mouse A Cookie book, but now he’s back and ready to celebrate Easter! Kids will love watching him as he goes on an Easter egg hunt!
Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure – Join Pete as he races to help the Easter bunny just in time for Easter! This is another new classic kids rate as a must-have!
It’s Not Easy Being A Bunny – Follow PJ the bunny as he tries to discover what kind of animal he’d rather be instead of a bunny! It’s a silly story with a great lesson.
Easter Crafts For Kids
Crafting is a great activity to keep kids engaged and learn something new! They’re able to develop their fine motor skills and creativity, plus have a great time creating something fun!
Kids love being able to express themselves artistically and gain a sense of pride in their accomplishments. Inspire your kiddos to craft this Easter with some of our favorites below.
Baby Yoda Easter Egg Craft – Keep your Easter eggs safe from Baby Yoda when your kids make this craft, so he doesn’t have them for a snack! In this fun Mandalorian theme, we turn an Easter egg into Grogu! Your little Star Wars fans will have a blast with this one!
Chick Tissue Paper Craft – A hands-on spring craft that kids will love to make. This little chick will come to life with a little tissue paper and our free template! Tissue paper crafts are a great way for kids to hone their fine motor skills.
Handprint Bunny Craft for Kids – Hop on over to see how sweet these little handprint bunnies are! Kids will personalize their bunny craft with their own handprints for the ears! It’s a great craft to get them excited for Easter and a memorable keepsake for Mom and Dad.
Sheep Paper Bag Puppet – Your little lambs will love this fun puppet craft! They’ll transform a common paper bag into a fun and simple spring craft. Once kids have created their sheep puppet, they’ll be able to use their big imaginations to play with it.
Easter Activities For Kids
Need a last-minute project to do this holiday? Then grab these Easter coloring pages! They’re a fun and easy activity to throw together to keep your kids occupied and entertained! Not to mention, coloring is a great activity to reduce stress and express creativity!
These Easter worksheets for kids are a great way to teach them letter recognition, handwriting, scissor skills, and more. The little lamb page will help kids with scissor skills and new words. The bunny is making his way through the B maze to help with letter recognition, and the baby chick says C is for chick on the handwriting page!
Somebunny thinks your little ones will love these Easter bunny dot to dot printables! Kids will connect the dots to reveal three different bunny illustrations perfect for Easter. They’re a great activity for kids to learn number recognition and counting. Plus they’ll have a blast coloring them in!
Fill your Easter basket with these Easter color by number pages! They’re a great way for your kids or students to work on number recognition and fine motor skills as they color within the lines. This printable set comes with seven unique pages that your kids will love to color in this holiday!
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More Easter Ideas For Kids
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Chick template
- Download the chick template, edit it to include the letters in your child(ren)'s name, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
- Start by gluing the eyes beneath both of the chick's eyebrows.
- Place the beak between the bottom portion of the eyes and glue it in place.
- Next, glue the belly to the middle of the chick's body.
- Optionally: Add legs to the chick by gluing the feet to the back and bottom of the chick's body.
- Take the completed chick and glue it to a piece of colored paper, leaving space on the bottom for the child's name.
- Finish up by gluing the egg letters below the chick to spell out the child's name.