For their November Family Project, our students were asked to come up with a disguise for their Thanksgiving turkey. I think this has become quite a regular activity for primary classrooms to do these days. Our kindergarten has been doing this assignment for quite awhile and it continues to be a joyful activity for our students and their families. Plus they are so fun to hang up in our hallway and read the stories of why our little ones disguised their turkeys as they did! Here are the disguises...
Cheddar Chex Mix (There are no nuts in this variety.)
Apple slices and caramel dip
Corn muffins with butter that we had made the day before
Vanilla ice cream cups with sprinkles
The children made the table decorations. It is a turkey spoon! We hot glued a card stock turkey shaped tail to the back of the spoon. The students added wiggly eyes, a foam beak, legs, and feathers. We stuck them into a basket with a foam center. We purchased the basket at the Dollar Tree and bought the spoons from Walmart. They are SUPER cute!
Here's wishing everyone a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving holiday!
Peace and blessings, Cindy
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