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Turkey in Disguise Thanksgiving Kids Craft

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You know that holiday in between Halloween and Christmas?  It doesn’t get the hype that the others get.  Thanksgiving is an important day in our history so we’re going to make a point to give it the attention it deserves.  We’re starting with  a cute kids craft, Turkey in Disguise.Turkey in Disguise Thanksgiving Kids Craft

When I told Shae exactly what we were supposed to do she laughed.  The idea was to hide or dress up the turkey so he doesn’t get eaten for Thanksgiving dinner.  This seems to be a popular idea for kids each year in the classroom. I’m on my 3rd child and I’ve never heard of it. Trish from Momdot brought it up as an idea to get a bunch of bloggers crafting together.

Shae come up with a Butler. He’s in his tux serving up a glass of lemonade (after I told her a glass of wine or a beer isn’t appropriate for a kid’s craft).

Trish even has a simple turkey template to use. I ended up making my own because I couldn’t get my printer to work but it was easy.

Download and Print the template from Trisha of Momdot.

Help your child figure out how best to disguise their Turkey. It could be a costume, a new personality or even hidden in another picture if your child is feeling extra artistic.

Shae used a combination of sticker foam, cardstock, sharpie and pencil.  She practiced drawing her tuxedo and adding details like buttons, pockets, a tray holding a glass and a wing.

When it came time to put it all together she was master of her own domain. No matter what advice or input I gave her she made her Turkey her way. Turkey in Disguise Thanksgiving Kids Craft

How would your child disguise their Turkey?  Come back and share what you’ve created.

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About Melinda

Melinda is half of the mom & dad blogging team from LookWhatMomFound...and Dad too! Over 4 years ago Melinda left the corporate world to focus on raising her children while being a SAHM. With 17 years of parenting practice to 3 kids life has provided her many experiences that are used to educate the family on morals, ethics and the difference between right and wrong. While academics are very important, a full education goes beyond books and grades. Melinda strives to raise children with good hearts, strong principles and a foundation built on love and respect for others.
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Comments

  1. That is really cute. Really fun idea.

  2. That is just too much fun! The possibilities for disguise are endless!

  3. I love this project! It’s just about the most adorable thing I’ve ever seen.

  4. That is adorable. My son is past the age for this, but I remember doing things like this with him when he was young. It was so much fun!

  5. What a cute idea for kids! My kids would have probably dressed their turkey up like Zorro, with the little mask.

  6. I”m totally doing this with my little one. This is really cool.

  7. This will be a fun craft idea for the kids. thank you for sharing.

  8. What a cute craft to do with the kids! It is so fun!

  9. Lisa Bristol says:

    I will have to try making this with my friends kids. It looks like a great activity.

  10. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    LOVE it!! It came out so cute. It will be perfect to entertain my boys on Thanksgiving while the turkey cooks 🙂

  11. What a fun craft for the kids, I know my kids would of loved that! Keep the kids busy when mom is in the kitchen 😉

  12. What a fun craft for kids. It’s so true that Thanksgiving doesn’t get the crafts that Halloween and Christmas does.

  13. Oh my goodness, what a cute little Turkey! I need to try to get my daughter to do something like this. We hardly have any Thanksgiving crafts around here.

  14. This is simple too cute, my youngest would have a blast doing this and dressing up his turkey! Love it, never thought to do a Turkey in Disguise, certainly a fantastic craft idea for my kids.

  15. How stinkin’ cute! I need to get my son to do one… I’m so not creative or artistic that who knows what mine would look like. On second thought…. since I probably couldn’t even make it look like a turkey to begin with, it would be easy to disguise. 🙂

  16. April at My Captivating Life says:

    That is so cute!!! I have never heard of it either! I bet my kids would love this! I am going to print the template out for them!

  17. Ann Bacciaglia says:

    This is such a cute idea. I love doing Holiday crafts with the kids.

  18. What a really fun craft. I like that it doesn’t look like the traditional turkey craft.

  19. Such a clever craft idea! He looks so fancy!

  20. I’ve never heard of it either, but what fun! I like the idea of using the Butler, that’s a cute one. 😉

  21. This looks and sounds like a fun craft! Perfect for the Thanksgiving holiday!

  22. My kids will love this! We will have to do this craft next week.

  23. How funny! We definitely would have Ninja Turtle Turkies! Thanks for the cute craft.

  24. These are absolutely adorable! What a great craft for the kids!

  25. Awww! This is so cute. My kids will love this project.

  26. I really think this is super adorable. I have lots of craft supplies and we should do this. Thanks for sharing.

  27. This is super adorable. I am sure my kiddos would love to do this craft!

  28. I love festive projects! Looks like a real cute arts and crafts project!

  29. that is a cute craft idea! Keep the kiddos busy Thanksgiving Day

  30. What a great and fun craft for the Holidays! I’ll have to try it out with my kids!

  31. What a great and fun craft for the Holidays! I’ll have to try it out with my kids!

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