Do you want to make a turkey?

If you know me, you know I love cut and paste activities!  Keeping with that theme, today we have a “Make a TurkeyWorksheet pack.  If you want an alternative to the cut/paste activity, another great fine motor activity is to make a turkey out of stickers!  I always order stickers like this for the kids.  I even enjoy doing them. (Shhh, don’t tell the kids I may sneak a few after bedtime!)  Anyway, here are some books we love to read around Thanksgiving time.

Pete the Cat: The First ThanksgivingPete the Cat: The First ThanksgivingTurkey TroubleTurkey TroubleRun, Turkey, Run!Run, Turkey, Run!Thanksgiving Is for Giving Thanks! (Reading Railroad)Thanksgiving Is for Giving Thanks! (Reading Railroad)I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie (Picture Puffins)I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie (Picture Puffins)I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie (Picture Puffins)I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie (Picture Puffins)10 Fat Turkeys10 Fat TurkeysOne Little, Two Little, Three Little Pilgrims (Picture Puffin Books)One Little, Two Little, Three Little Pilgrims (Picture Puffin Books)

Make a Turkey Activity
Kindergarten Activity: Make a Turkey

So…  your Make a turkey Activity includes one set of worksheets that have the color by code in them and then another set that are just plain and you can color them whatever way you want.   ( I love color by code activities, this activity pack has both!) These are great worksheets to help a child with cutting skills.  For some children, though, cutting all those feathers may be pretty challenging.  You may want to cut out the feathers “loosely” and then have the little ones fine tune them…What great fine motor practice!

If you want this make a turkey worksheet set, enter in your info into the form below.  They will be emailed to you.  You will be added to our newsletter list where you will find out about more good things like free worksheets.  If you have any trouble with your worksheets, please email me at [email protected]  This activity pack is included in our larger Thanksgiving Literacy bundle…

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  1. Thanks so much for this great worksheet. I’m going to use it at Thanksgiving for our Expat Thanksgiving get together next weekend! What a great activity for the kids of all ages! #justanotherlinky

  2. My kids can’t get enough of making turkeys. They crack me up. They can make a new turkey craft every morning. Which is what they’ll be doing this morning, thanks to your printable! Thank you for a few moments of quiet when they first wake up 🙂

  3. We start our homeschooling break next week to move into holiday crafts and enjoying all the holiday activities we have planned, this will be a perfect craft to start with!

  4. Thank you for sharing with us this amazing printable! I am featuring your post this week on Learn & Play Link Up. Hope to see you link with us again. Thank you!

    1. Hi there, To get your scarecrow and turkey, you just go to each of those pages and enter your name/email into the blue box on the page. The activities will then be automatically emailed to you. If you have any trouble, just email me ([email protected]) Here are the pages for the turkey and the scarecrow:

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