Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Turkey Thanksgiving Activities for Kids

When my girls were little we would make turkey hands for Thanksgiving. On their traced hands we would write things that they were thankful for. Now my girls are 14-19 and I those are some of my cherished memories of Thanksgiving.
thanksgiving activities for kids
Today I'm featuring guest crafter, Allison M. She is a sweet young teacher who I love and respect. Here is what Allison has to say about this craft project for her class.

Thanksgiving Preschool Activities
"This is my November Family Project for my preschool class. Each month I put together some supplies and direction for a project and send it home with the kids."

What a great idea, Allison!

Let's Give Thanks Turkey

Project supplies
Construction paper or cardstock
Jiggle eyes
Scissors
Glue Stick
Pen

Directions
Trace kids hand on tan or brown construction paper. Cut out.
Cut out a red gobble and two little humps for the feet.
Cut out 5 feather shapes for each finger in red, orange, yellow or brown paper.
Ask the kids what they are thankful for and write on the feathers.
Write... What I'm Thankful for on front of hand.
Glue to each finger. 
Glue on gobble, feet and eyes.
Turn over project and add date and name to the project.
Do this for the entire family!
turkey thanksgiving activities for kids

More Thanksgiving Activities for Kids

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Maple Leaf Turkey Craft - Almost Unschoolers
Clothes Pin Turkey Craft - Giggles Galore
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