Build A Turkey
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Our Thanksgiving plans are a little different this year, as I’m sure many of yours are! Since we won’t be getting together with extended family, I plan to have some activities around for my kids during Thanksgiving break. This Build A Turkey activity will help entertain my younger kids, at least for a little while! The turkey is in pieces, ready to be colored or painted, cut out, and assembled. Because of the separate pieces, painting would be especially fun for young kids that get annoyed when their watercolor paint colors touch and mix. If you want to prop the turkey up, like the one pictured, make a triangular, tent-like shape out of cardstock and glue the turkey on. Otherwise, glueing it onto construction paper would work great, because it’s a little larger than regular printer paper. Depending on the amount of feathers you’d like to use, you might want to print the feathers page twice.
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