Thanksgiving Turkey Disguise Craft

by on August 4th, 2010
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My kids have been disguising turkeys for a school project for the past few years. The objective of this project is to come up with a disguise for the turkey so that it will not be eaten on Thanksgiving. This activity is a great opportunity to work together as a family. The whole family will enjoy working on this project. Below, you will find directions on how to make and disguise the turkey as well as a list of suggested materials and disguises.

Age level: preschool-elementary

Time to complete craft:15-20 minutes

Materials needed: (please note that not all of these materials are needed, they are suggestions, materials will differ depending on how the turkey is going to be disguised)

paper to draw turkey body on

construction paper to glue turkey body onto

macaroni pieces

felt

construction paper

fabric

tissue paper

ribbon

beads

glue

Directions:

1. Draw turkey body on plain white paper.
2. Cut out turkey body.
3. Glue turkey body to construction paper.
4. Gather all the materials needed for the disguise
5. “Disguise” the turkey however you choose.

20+ Ideas for disguises:

construction worker

fire fighter

mail carrier

ballet dancer

baseball player

football player

astronaut

librarian

nurse

veterinarian

super hero

doctor

artist

farmer

teacher

race car driver

scientist

lifeguard

clown

judge

another animal (such as a cat, dog, elephant etc.)


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