How to Make Adorable Chick Finger Puppets

Get ready for an afternoon full of make and play fun after creating these adorable chick finger puppets.

I know, I know…We are obsessed with puppet crafts at my house. Can you blame me though?! Not only are they a cute craft for kids to make but they are incredibly fun to play with afterwards.

child playing with a chick finger puppet craft


After we made our bunny finger puppets yesterday my preschooler pointed out that with Easter coming up this weekend we just had to make a chick too. It was such a genius idea since now our cute bunnies have new friends to play with.

Read our easy step-by-step tutorial below to learn how to make your own adorable chick puppets.

Supplies needed to make your finger puppets:

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Instructions for making this simple chick craft

1. Start by cutting out a 3-inch circle and a 2 1/2-inch circle out of your yellow cardstock paper. Use your 3/4-inch circle hole punch to cut out two circles at the bottom of the 3-inch circle for your finger slots.

2. Glue your 2 1/2-inch circle onto your 3-inch circle to make the chick head and body. Make sure to keep the finger holes at the bottom of the chick.

See Also: Bunny Finger Puppets

Horizontal image of child playing with a chick finger puppet.

3. Cut a diamond shaped beak out of your orange cardstock paper and glue it onto your chick face. Then glue googly eyes onto your chick.

4. Finish your chick by gluing small yellow feathers onto the sides for chick wings. You might also like to glue a small amount at the top of the chick’s head too.

Close up image of child playing with the chick finger puppet made out of paper and yellow feathers.

Now these adorable chick finger puppets are all ready for imaginative play!

Simple place two fingers into the finger slots at the bottom of the chick and have fun making your little chick cheep and chirp.

Here are some books you might enjoy reading with this craft:

Dora’s Chicks by Julie Sykes

Out of the Egg by Tina Matthews

Chicky Chicky Chook Chook by Cathy MacLennan

Vertical image of a child playing with a chick finger puppet with the words "chick finger puppets" in the top left corner.

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