Wednesday, November 18, 2009

One Thankful Turkey

I saw this cute craft idea on a post by my blog friend Bobbi. When I saw it I knew I had to try it because we have been really working on being thankful in our house and since Jamison loves to do crafts I thought this would be a good activity for us to do.

First I printed off a turkey coloring page and we colored only the turkey, not his feathers.

Then we cut out the turkey body so that we could add our own feathers. See Jamison concentrating on her cutting.

Here's my turkey all cut out. Jamison told me that I did a great job coloring. I just love her.

Caleb wants you to know that he was there too! He colored his entire turkey. He's my turkey!

I cut feathers out of construction paper and we wrote what we are thankful for.

Jamison and I had similar items and we didn't even copy. I guess she is a little like her mom.

Here's the finished product.

They will hang on our fridge as a reminder to be thankful.

10 comments:

Angie S said...

Love this and Layla will too!!! Yay...thanks for this idea ;)

Joanna said...

Great idea!

Kelli @ RTSM said...

Those turkeys are SUPER cute! We may try that next week...the boys are out of school all week for Thanksgiving so we need some crafts to keep us busy!

Tonya said...

Cute! cute! I will definetly try this for the preK class that I teach. Thanks for the post.

this blessed nest said...

darling idea!

it is amazing how much little ones will gain from such a simple project.

have a lovely day, my friend kelli (with an i) :)!

Carrie said...

That is great! {I love Bobbi too, she is so creative!} And I love to color :)

Fun and cute craft! {and Great pictures!}

~Bobbi~ said...

Awe! They are adorable. I love how you posted a picture of them up. Projects just brighten the house :)

Heidi @ Blue Eyed Blessings said...

I love the simplicity of this project! Such a fun way to teach the little ones about gratitude. I've been wanting to do some "thankful" projects and now that we're all on the mend with being sick, I'll probably try to do a couple of fun things over the weekend. This might be one of them. ;)

jenjen said...

I love that. What a great project!

XOOX
Jen

Christie in Dallas, TX said...

This is really cute! I was looking for an easy "Thankful" craft for our girl scouts -- this may be it!!