Easter is right around the corner and I had to rush to get our craft on! This is an easy craft that you can put together with your little one in no time. Milo liked doing this project because he got to do just about all of the work, even the cutting.
heres what you need:
orange pipe cleaner
yellow tissue paper or streamers
Cut a circle shape to your desired size out of white or yellow paper. Cut your tissue paper into all kinds of shapes and sizes. this is a great step for your child if you have child-scissors because tissue paper is really easy to cut and there is no exact science here. Put some glue all over the circle and have your child place the tissue paper on it until its totally covered. Glue the eyes and nose in place. Glue (and tape for extra support) the feathers to the back of the piece, as wings. Cut your pipe cleaner to four pieces (two longer, two short). bend the short piece around the long piece to make the feet, and affix with glue (and tape!) to the back of the chick.
Here’s another fun easter craft we worked on last year.
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Milo loves easter, and who isn’t ready for spring… so we kicked off this spring season with a simple little craft using bottle caps and some construction paper.
I did the measuring, he did the gluing and cutting. It was great team work. when it was all done, we hot glued a magnet to the back and viola! Bring on the bunnies and the sunshine!
Not sure what it is about holidays, but it always makes me want to make pie.
So here it is. An incredibly easy chocolate pie from this recipe.
I made a graham cracker pie crust too, using graham crackers, earth balance and soymilk.
This is a super easy, hand-sewn, felt hand puppet that I made for Milo’s easter basket. Original post and directions found here.