Monday, November 14, 2011

Thanksgiving Kid's craft


Gobble! Gobble! Thanksgiving is almost here! It's one of my favorite holidays. Eating and spending time with family. What can be better than that? The last week we've been trying to teach our three young children about this holiday. Not only about the history of it but about being grateful. I think it's wonderful that Thanksgiving is right before Christmas becuase it begins to put things in perspective for us. My children are already asking about Christmas and gifts! But I am trying to teach them about being grateful too. For J's preschool group last week we made these little turkeys.


Simply grab 2 pieces of card stock. Cut out two circles from one (or use a paper sack for one of the cirlces like I did here). Gather some leaves, of all sizes and colors. Lay out the leaves like a fan tail, and then glue the circles on top. Then add two googly eyes and candy corn for a beak. Simple! It's kind of fun to it the next day because the leaves curl up a bit and look a little more feather like. 

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3 comments:

  1. Very cute! I might do this for Tralee's preschool group this week.

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  2. super cute! I totally want to eat the candy corn beak :) haha

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  3. Happy Thanksgiving! Just posted about this cute craft on CraftGossip!

    http://lessonplans.craftgossip.com/?p=5113

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