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Printable Chick Paper Hat

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Great for story time, part of a costume or to wear for a visit to a farm, this printable chick paper hat is an easy spring craft activity for preschoolers and elementary school-aged kids.

Chick Paper Hat printable for kids

Chick Paper Hat For A Farm Visit

If you are looking for a family friendly farm around your town to take the kids during the weekend or if your class’s next field trip is at a farm, you may consider having kids make a few farm animal paper hats for the day.

The best farms to visit are the ones that lets you get engaged, like pet the animals, pick them up, pick fruits and veggies.

To build excitement for such a fun day at the farm, involving kids in some farm activities before your actual visit will get them all thrilled.

Chick Paper Hat for kids to make for spring

Farm Animal Activities

  • Farm pretend play: Use plastic farm animals for an imaginary play.
  • Farm animal coloring pages: It helps kids work on their fine motor skills.
  • Farm animal puzzles: Check out if you can find some at your local library, before you buy any.
  • Farm animal crafts: Crafting develops creative thinking, imagination and hand-eye coordination.
Chick Paper Hat for kids to make for a visit to the farm

Chick Paper Hat For Easter

Easter hats are a Christian tradition that represent new beginnings and spring.

They are often decorated with chicks, rabbits, eggs, and flowers to celebrate Easter and represent spring.

The tradition of wearing new clothes at Easter, including hats, comes from the idea of spiritual renewal, inner growth, and new beginnings.

easy Chick Paper Hat template for kids

RELATED: Make sure to also check out this adorable Easter bunny hat.

The tradition of wearing hats at Easter is also linked to the American Easter Parade, which started in the 1870s after the Civil War. 

The first Easter Parade was the Fifth Avenue Parade in New York in 1870, when people would dress up in their best hats after Easter services. 

The parade is still held today, but is much smaller than it once was, with around 30,000 people participating.

Chick Paper Hat

coloring Chick Paper Hat

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How To Make The Chick Paper Hat

Print the headband on white paper.

color the front panel

Color the front piece (if using the black and white version) and cut it out.

tape the side panels

Tape two side panels to the front piece.

Bend the headband into a circle. Wrap it around the kid’s head to check for fit. Tape the ends together.

Farm Animal Crafts

Discover several animals that live on the farm with this interactive educational spinner craft. The Who Lives On The Farm? craft features five of the most popular farm animals: sheep, rooster, cow, horse and pig.

Each animal is designed on a separate section of the spinner allowing kids to spin and discover a new animal. This craft not only promotes creativity and imagination, but also teaches children about different farm animals and their characteristics. It is a fun and engaging activity for kids of all ages and a great way to learn about farm life while having a blast.

This fun and creative coloring duck paper hat is perfect for kids to make before visiting a farm, attending an animal-themed birthday party or in the classroom. Not only does it provide a fun and engaging activity for kids, but it also adds an extra element of excitement to their farm or animal themed experience. Let your little ones waddle in style and quack up the fun.

Using simple materials such as construction paper, scissors, glue and the printable template, kids can easily create their own adorable cow craft. This craft is not only entertaining but also provides a great opportunity for kids to practice their fine motor skills and creativity.

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