Paper Plate Poultry!

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Here is a super simple Thanksgiving craft and activity!
Make your own Paper Plate Poultry with this fun Thanksgiving craft!
This craft takes about 3 minutes to set up and helps kids with following instructions, recreating patterns and motor skills.

Simply cut the shapes out of construction paper, grab a couple of paper plates, some googly eyes and some glue sticks. I like to set up the turkeys so that the kids have a visual to follow.
Make your own Paper Plate Poultry with this fun Thanksgiving craft!
Hand them the glue stick and let them go! It doesn't matter how they end up, only that they tried and had fun!
Make your own Paper Plate Poultry with this fun Thanksgiving craft!
This is a great activity for different skill levels and because it is so easy to set up, it's a great rainy/snowy/cold, indoor day! It encourages following of directions, recreation of patterns and motor skill growth.
Make your own Paper Plate Poultry with this fun Thanksgiving craft!
Perhaps, you and your kids can make your own paper plate poultry this week!

Do you celebrate Thanksgiving in one way or another?

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16 thoughts on “Paper Plate Poultry!”

    • Thanks Janine! It’s a fun little craft!

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  1. This is a great craft for this week! Super cute too!

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    • So simple and quick. You can’t go wrong!

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  2. I have to do this with my son!! Aweee!! Cute!! I wanna see how he “creates” the turkey 😉 He is 3 1/2.

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    • It is so fun to see how they “see” it!

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    • Thanks Crystal! They really did enjoy it! It was fun.

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  3. What a fun project! Pinned and tweeted. Lou Lou Girls

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  4. Pinning this one for next year – I just love their little turkey legs, lol!

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    • I love how my nephew’s ended up being antlers, LOL!

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  5. These are adorable. Perfect craft to keep the little ones busy before Thanksgiving dinner. Thanks for sharing on Sunday’s Best.

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