Torn Paper Hatching Easter Chick Craft

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Looking for a fun and engaging Easter craft activity that the whole family can enjoy? Try making a Torn Paper Hatching Easter Chick! This adorable craft is easy to make and perfect for kids of all ages. Follow along in this blog post for step-by-step instructions on creating your own hatching Easter chicks using torn paper.

Crafting at Easter

Easter is a time of joy, renewal, and celebration, and what better way to celebrate the arrival of spring than with a fun and easy-to-follow crafting activity for kids? This year, try making a cute and whimsical Torn Paper Hatching Easter Chick with your children. Using just a few basic materials, you can create an adorable Easter decoration that will brighten up your home and provide hours of entertainment for your kids.

In this blog post, we will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to make a Torn Paper Hatching Easter Chick. This craft activity is perfect for children of all ages and is a great opportunity to develop your child’s fine motor skills and creativity. As your children tear and glue paper to create the shape of a hatching chick, they will also learn about the process of hatching and the new beginnings that come with the arrival of spring.

Not only is this Torn Paper Hatching Easter Chick Craft a fun and engaging activity, but it is also an eco-friendly alternative to traditional crafting methods. By using scrap paper and other recycled materials, you can reduce waste and teach your children the importance of sustainability. So, get ready to tear and glue your way into the colorful world of Easter crafting with this fun and eco-friendly Torn Paper Hatching Easter Chick craft activity.



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  • Easter egg template
  • Markers
  • Scissors
  • Sharpie
  • Yellow, orange and pink construction paper
  • White card stock
  • Glue
  • Googley eyes
  • Yellow feathers
  • Green Easter grass
  • Fastener

How to Set up Torn Paper Hatching Easter Chick Craft

Cut out a medium sized circle from white card stock. Take some yellow construction paper have your child tear them into pieces. Glue the pieces all over the white circle to make the body of the chick covering all the white spaces.

Glue on google eyes, an orange beak from orange construction paper and pink construction paper cheeks. The final detail for the chick are the feathers. Glue them on close the body. We want to make sure that nothing is peaking out when the chick is in its shell.

Glue the chick to a piece of construction of paper.

Print off the outline of an Easter egg available for free above. Make zig zag cuts along the egg to cut it in half.

Decorate the egg with markers.

Make a small slit (adult assistance required) on the top part of the shell and slide a fastener through.

Glue the bottom of the chick to the construction paper over top of the chick.

Make another slit (adult assistance required) just above the bottom half of the egg and slide the fastener through the hole.

Secure the fastener from the back and them see if your egg can open and close, hatching and unhitching the chick!

Age Suitability

This craft is good for toddlers aged children 2 years old and up.

Mess Level

The mess level for this craft is low.

Difficulty to Create 


Skills Developed

Language development, shape recognition, color recognition, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, imaginative play, creativity.

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