We love a festive craft around here! The best part about this craft is the simple supply list. We created these cute little turkeys after a nature hunt to pick out leaves. We also paired it with a few of our top five Thanksgiving read alouds. Let’s get started with our Turkey Craft for Kids!
*Pair this with our November Math and Literacy Activities!
Turkey Craft for Kids
These little leaf turkeys were so fun to make and turned out so cute!
I separated our supplies into a plastic tray for ease.
Before we started, I cut beaks and wattles out of construction paper.
I made one example, but let my daughter use the supplies as she wanted!
I love this invitation to create method to crafting. It allows children to use their imaginations and creativity!
Finally, we hung our finished turkeys in the window for display. It was a perfect craft to pair with any of our top five Thanksgiving read alouds.
Top Five Thanksgiving Read Alouds
A sweet, funny story about a group of children who plan to save turkeys before Thanksgiving. This would be a perfect story to pair with a writing prompt.
A hilarious story about a turkey in disguise! This would also pair perfectly with an extended response writing prompt. Students could write about what animal they would disguise themselves as.
A very sweet story about a turkey who is an honored guest at Thanksgiving instead of the main course!
A great story that touches on the facts and events of the first Thanksgiving.
A touching story that teaches children what it means to be thankful!
We hope you enjoy this easy craft that can be paired with any of these fun stories!
You might also like our Mini Pumpkin Turkeys Thanksgiving Craft
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