Shape Turkey Craft

It’s hard to believe, but the end of November is almost here! We don’t celebrate the history behind Thanksgiving, but my toddler is obsessed with turkey related crafts and activities this year! Today, I want to share an easy craft that is perfect for kids from one to four with slight modifications based on age and ability level!

Materials Used

  • Construct Paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • A Pencil, Marker, or Crayon

We sat down at the table and I asked my daughter to name three shapes. After that, I wrote the shapes she named on a piece of paper. Next, I cut out the shapes. I also cut out the shape of feathers in multiple colors. If your little one doesn’t know their shapes yet, you can just pick some out! If your child can use scissors, they can cut the shapes themselves!

After the prep work was done, I read each shape name to my daughter and she got to work making her shape turkeys!

Sara’s shirt is from our shop! Check it out here!

My daughter insisted her turkeys needed eyes, but that step is completely optional!

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5 responses to “Shape Turkey Craft”

  1. What a great idea!

  2. These turkeys are so cute! What a fun way to work on the basic shapes.

  3. You did a lovely job. A lot of kids love crafts that are not complicated and this works.

  4. It’s truly turkey season! I am personally not a crafty person but this is such a straightforward guide to follow. The results look amazing too!

  5. This little craft activity is so creative and so easy. It’s a great idea to spend some time with the kids 🙂

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