Thanksgiving is all about showing kindness and gratitude to everyone you love. This year, if you’re very careful and clever, you might help a turkey friend find his own family, like in this lively story titled How to Hide a Turkey written by Sue Fliess with vibrant, whimsical illustrations by Simona Sanfilippo. After reading this book, you can make your very own turkey disguise!
- Three sheets of construction paper (one yellow, two brown)
- Hole punch
Directions (for turkey tail)
- Using the brown paper and a crayon, trace four handprints.
- Decorate the handprints as desired to look like feathers.
- Cut out the handprints.
- Using the hole punch, punch two holes in the palm of each handprint.
- Thread the yarn through the holes. You need enough yarn to fit around your waist and tie into a bow.
Directions (for turkey beak)
- Using the piece of yellow construction paper, fold your paper into a beak following these instructions.