5 easy turkey crafts 4 kids

My girls absolutely love crafting, and I love participating, while listening to them chatter💗The credited source is linked to each of these photos. You can find the full list of supplies and instructions, as well as other activities, by visiting the links.

Here’s a list of 10 easy and cute turkey crafts for the holidays

  1. img_0877I love this activity because the supplies are cheap, and the instructions are so simple! Little kids need to learn how to spell his/her name so this is such a cute lesson.

1.  Have your child color the paper plate brown.

2.  Cut and attach the feet,  bill and caruncle.  Also, attach the eyes.

3.  Cut and label a feather from construction paper for each letter in your child’s name.

Note:  Your child may be able to do step 2 and 3 on their own.

4.  Hide the letter feathers in a designated space.


2.

This thank you turkey is too adorable! Even those who don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, could participate with this. Kids practice writing, using scissors, and while having fun!

The instructions can be found in the link attached to the picture;).

Materials

  • Small paper cup
  • Brown acrylic paint or tempera paint
  • Green, red, orange, and yellow paper
  • Wiggle eyes
  • White glue
  • Scissors
  • Paint brush
  • Markers or colored pencils

Instructions can be found in the link attacked to the photo😉


4.

These are so precious!! I remember, while growing up, we’d make these in school. The sentimental gift is always priceless!

Supplies Needed:

  • Plain Wooden Frame;
  • Brown Paint and Paintbrushes
  • Feathers
  • Google Eyes
  • Glue Gun
  • Foam Triangle Sticker

The instructions can be found in the link attached to the picture;).


5.

This activity teaches number recognition and follow simple direction concepts. Kids can color it by number, paint it, fill them in with finger prints, or colored rice. The older kids can use this for a counting activity, too.

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