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Thanksgiving Turkey with things they are thankful for on the paint samples. So great!

thanksgiving turkey craft using paint swatches! have the kids tell you what they're thankful for, then write it on the paint swatch (or have them write it) and let them illustrate! so cute!

Thanksgiving Book. Use this fun interactive paper bag book for your students to share what they are thankful for. Each page of the book includes space for them to illustrate

2015 Thanksgiving BookUse this fun interactive paper bag book for your students to share what they are thankful for. Each page of the book includes space for them to illustrate…

I'm Thankful Turkey Craft_I think I'll use their hand print cut out as the feathers and right our thanks on the fingers.

Preschool Co-op Thanksgving Activities

I’m Thankful Turkeys – Students shared things they were thankful for with this fun turkey craft. It was very fun to hear with the students .He is made of construction paper, and with the extra weight of the feathers, he tends to tip over backward.

How to draw a cartoon turkey, perfect Thanksgiving craft for kids in a classroom, homeschool, or just for fun at home! DIY tutorial drawing

How to draw a cartoon turkey - perfect Thanksgiving craft for kids in a classroom - homeschool art class or just for fun at home for step-by-step tutorials in craft projects !

Gratitude Game Thanksgiving Activity for Kids.

Gratitude Game

Gratitude Game Thanksgiving Activity for Kids.

Toilet Paper Roll Turkey Craft Could be a cute way to have kids make a centerpiece to take home. They could write who/what they're thankful of on the tail feathers and then send some blank feathers home for lived ones to fill out and add to the turkey. Maybe parents could write feathers and send them in to school and students could add them before taking it home.

Try making this toilet paper roll turkey craft for Thanksgiving. All you need is a empty toilet paper roll, some construction paper and some googly eyes to make this fun Thanksgiving Day craft.

This was super fun!  Each of my students took a feather home and decorated it with the things they are thankful for.  They brought them back and we made a "thankful turkey" for our classroom!

Each student decorates a feather about what he or she is thankful for. Then, add feather to classroom turkey.

Don't be a turkey!  Give thanks!  Have the kids write what they are thankful for on each feather.

Could use for name letter recognition. Don't be a turkey! Give thanks! Have the kids write what they are thankful for on each feather.

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