Thanksgiving Arts And Crafts Preschool
Thanksgiving arts and crafts preschool children are a whole lot of fun. Below you will find a handful of super easy crafts that are perfect for tiny little hands. One of them is edible- which is always a crowd pleaser and the other is super cute and cuddly. You can't go wrong! So if you are looking for thanksgiving arts and crafts preschool kids that will make a real impact, you have come to the right place. Enjoy
This craft is super cute and would be great on a thanksgiving table or just for fun.
- Stuffing (old socks, scraps of felt, or torn up old clothing)
- Tacky glue
- 2 Wiggle eyes
- Gold or yellow felt
- Red felt
- Let the child stuff the mitten using old socks, fabric, or felt scraps.
- Use a pencil to get the fabric up in the fingers of the mitten. This is the turkey's feathers.
- Let the child stuff the sock until the stuffing reaches the heel. This is the turkey's head and body.
- Push the end of the sock up inside the mitten.
- Bend the stuffed end of the sock so it looks like a head is looking at you.
- Spread tacky glue on the back side of the turkey body and then push against the palm of the mitten. (see picture)
- Let the child cut out the beak and feet out of gold felt, and the wattle out of red.
- Tacky glue the beak, feet, wattle, and 2 eyes on the turkey.
These will probably never make it to the thanksgiving table, so be prepared to make quite a few of these babies!
- 2 Double stuffed Oreos (Halloween ones or regular white)
- Candy corn
- The half that has the filling will be the base for your turkey to stand on.
- Eat the other piece, if desired.
- Place the other Oreo on the filling standing upright. This is your turkey body.
- Carefully place 5 candy corns into the filling on the upright Oreo.
- Place a Raisinette in front of the turkey body. This is the head.
- Place on your table as a decoration, or gobble it right up!
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