Turkey day is among us, and this is such a fun craft to do with your students or even your kiddos at home. I love that it stands up on it’s own – it could serve as the perfect table topper on Thanksgiving
Here’s what you need:
-tissue paper squares
-orange self-adhesive foam
The steps to make the turkey are mega easy, especially if you use self-adhesive googly eyes and foam for the beak. We even used tissue paper squares pre-cut from Oriental Training.
First, glue the squares on the paper plate.
Glue on the paper roll.
Put on the googly eyes.
Glue on the red feather for the gizzard.
Add the beak.
HOW CUTE IS HE?!
Please note: While I did receive these item at no cost, all opinions in this post are 100% my own.
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