With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it’s time for some fun turkey crafts to make your guests smile as they sit back, full of stuffing, and stare into space…
This week we had fun creating with our very own Paper Plate Collage Turkey Craft to decorate our doors.
To decorate the feathers, I pulled out our bag of magazine pictures, stickers, crayons, colored tissue paper, and glue, and we got started making a collage of items to form the turkeys’ colorful feathers.
The preschooler grabbed up every car picture he could find, and a few super hero stickers to fill in the gaps. I love how the turkey reflects his interests.
I cut a squash-shape for the turkey body from brown packing paper and we glued it to the feathers. We added a beak, wattle, feet, and google eyes to complete our turkeys.
I figured we were done crafting for the day, but as soon as we finished our turkeys, my preschooler asked me where the boat was. It seems he remembered our Mayflower Craft from last year.
So we recreated it. Check out the passengers he chose…
Yes, that is the Incredible Hulk there on the right, along with his fellow Marvel Super Hero friends. The New World is in good hands, people!
Looking for more turkey craft ideas? Check out our 10 Turkey Crafts.