Turkey Craft, Color Words Activity for Kindergarten with Stuffed Brown Paper Bag
As you study turkeys this Thanksgiving, create these adorable little turkey crafts!
Practice fine motor skills, visual-spatial skills, and color words in a kindergarten reading lesson or literacy center. These turkeys are a student and parent favorite, and they serve as the perfect centerpieces for a Thanksgiving feast!
Prior to starting the craft, prep a brown paper bag for each student. Loosely crumple a piece of scrap paper or newspaper, and place it inside of a brown paper bag. Twist the top of the bag to close it, and staple it to keep it closed.
Students color feathers as noted, which is great practice for reading color words. They cut out feather set.
Students cut and glue eyes to head. Color snood red. Cut and glue beak/snood to head.
Teacher staples feathers to back of bag, so they are sticking up a bit past the twisted section of the bag.
Teachers staples head so it covers the twisted part of the bag.
Students then use liquid glue to attach the wings just below the head. Glue legs so they hang off of the bag a bit.
In our classroom, students enjoy pretending the turkeys are their pets. They name their turkeys and take care of them, as they sit on their desks for the day. When students take them home, they make an adorable Thanksgiving decoration!
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Page 2: Krazy for Kindyland note
Page 3: product details
Page 4: feather set (Color as noted.)
Page 5: head, two wings (2 sets)
Page 6: eyes (6)
Page 7: two legs, beak with snood (Color snood red.) (3 sets)
Book companions to accompany this craft include but certainly are not limited to:
A Plump and Perky Turkey
Ten Thankful Turkeys
Run, Turkey, Run!
10 Fat Turkeys
Five Silly Turkeys
I'm a Turkey
The Very Stuffed Turkey
There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Turkey
10 Turkeys in the Road
A Turkey for Thanksgiving
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