Choose a feeder and waterer. You can pick these up at any feed store. I personally like the plastic dispensers. They clean up better than the galvanized. Make sure you place water away from the heat lamp so that it stays as cool as possible and doesn't breed bacteria.
Monitor your chicks to make sure that their temperature in their brooder is comfortable. You will know if it is too cold (they will all be in a pile under the heat lamp) or too hot (they will all be as far away from the light as possible). Here you see the chicks are all evenly dispersed.