Looking for an Easy Chicken Hat Tutorial?Chickens: Rooster, Hen, Pullet, Cockerel or Cock. Whatever you call them, we're on a kick. Our baby chicks are six-weeks-old, and we adopted three duckling companions for them. We're still waiting to see if they turn out to be girls or boys. The waiting is the hardest part. Enjoy!
|Elizabeth, our "marches to the beat of a different drummer",|
Wyandotte Chicken - 4 months old.
|Baby Pekin Ducks, four weeks old. |
They don't want to wear a chicken hat.
|Chicken hat for Little Red Hen play skit.|
- Cut two, two inch strips down the length of the construction paper.
- Measure one strip band to child's head. Glue ends together.
- Now fold the other strip in half to form the chicken's beak.
- Bend in half until ends meet, glue together, and attach beak to hat band strip.
- Cut out the comb and wattle as pictured
- Paste wattle to beak, draw two black circles for nose holes. We cut out two paper "chicken combs" and glued to a piece of cardboard to make the comb stand tall.
- Score a slit in each end of the comb and slide into hat band. Ta da!
Here's an idea for a kid's flower hat band or did you ever wonder how to make a chef's hat for kids? Or maybe a Phineas Birthday Party Hat for kids...
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Guide to Raising Chickens*
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