You can’t make it through November without this classic Turkey Disguise Project! Kids love coming up with their own disguise ideas. Not only do we have an awesome turkey in disguise idea to share below, we also have a free turkey template to help you get started!
Disguise A Turkey Project for Kids
Thanksgiving isn’t complete until you’ve read Turkey Trouble by Wendy Silvano and Lee Harper. It’s a great starting point for introducing the idea of a turkey disguise project. This Thanksgiving craft for kids makes a great tradition to do year after year!
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TURKEY IN DISGUISE
Here’s a new spin on a Thanksgiving favorite! Poor Tom the turkey doesn’t want to be eaten for Thanksgiving dinner. Instead he decides to disguise himself as the king of hearts.
Note: This idea is a great starting point to encourage your kiddos to come up with their own unique variations on the theme!
- Colored marker
- Glue stick
- Cotton swab
- Blank paper
- Printable turkey template
TIP: Make your own watercolor paint with our easy watercolor paints recipe.
STEP 1. Print the turkey template.
STEP 2. Color the turkey with markers and then cut out the shapes.
STEP 3. Paint the blank paper with watercolor paint using the cotton swab.
STEP 4. Glue the colored turkey onto the paper.