Paper Turkey

By | November 12, 2012
Paper Turkey

I am still on my mission to decorate my house for Thanksgiving, but I wanted to do a fun project that my youngest could do too.  Sometimes it is hard to come up with a craft that my 5yr old will like and that my 20month old could do too.  Having two kids so far apart is great in some ways and is a bit of a struggle in others.

But even though it is hard to find just the right project it can be done and these cute paper turkey’s are perfect for any age.  And I am giving you this Paper Turkey Pattern so you can make as many as you and your kids want.

This is actually a perfect craft for Thanksgiving day.  Just print out the pattern and cut out all the pieces from your colored paper and then when the kids start getting restless waiting for food or waiting for the adults to come out of their food coma after dinner, just have them make some Turkey’s.  They need little supervision on this one and it will give them something fun to do.

Get more fun ideas by checking out our THANKSGIVING and  FALL boards on Pintrest!

Supplies

Paper Turkey Pattern
Colored Paper (or CardStock)
Glue Stick
Googly Eyes

Directions

 Print your pattern, then cut it out
 Trace your pattern on to colored paper or card stock
 Glue your Turkey Body to the Large Round Circle
 Glue your feathers on to the back of the Large Round Circle
 Once all the feathers are glued on, glue your googly eyes, nose, and gobbler onto the front body
 Now show off your finished Turkey!
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15 thoughts on “Paper Turkey

  1. Sharon

    Cute turkeys! I used something a bit similar but larger to help my kids be thankful at this time of year.

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  2. Mackenzie

    VERY cute! There are a few little hands in our home that would love this; thanks for sharing! :) Thanks for sharing this on Saturday Show & Tell on Cheerios and Lattes this week! We love having you join us! Have a great week!
    Mackenzie :)

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  4. Cherise Clark

    Thank you so much! I am a high school Spanish teacher and I needed a simple turkey for the kids to create and write things they are thankful for (in Spanish, of course!) This pattern fit the bill perfectly! My kids will have so much fun…they will think they are back in kindergarten!

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    1. wemadethat Post author

      Oh Cherise, I am so glad it will work for you! And I wish my Spanish teacher in High School did fun stuff like this with us! Great idea to use the feathers to write what they are thankful for!

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