T is for Thanksgiving...and Turkey. This week we practiced writing the letter T, talked about Native Americans and turkeys, and ate some really yummy food.
Paper Plate Turkeys
1. Cut feathers out of construction paper.
2. Print out turkey template from DLTK in black and white or color.
3. Have kids color turkey templates and cut out if they can...or just cut it out if you printed the color one.
4. Fold or cut a paper plate in half (folding is easier).
5. Have kids glue feathers along inside and outside rims and glue plate together.
6. Have kids glue turkey shapes to plate.
What's on Your Plate?
1. Cut pictures of thanksgiving food out of holiday magazines.
2. Print off What's on Your Plate worksheet from education.com
3. Glue pictures of food onto "plate"