Have fun with this Disguise a Turkey Popcorn craft for kids this Thanksgiving this year! Kids can enjoy eating the leftover popcorn as a snack.
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The Disguise a Turkey idea comes from the book, Turkey Trouble.
Turkey is in trouble. Bad trouble. The kind of trouble where it’s almost Thanksgiving . . . and you’re the main course. But Turkey has an idea–what if he doesn’t look like a turkey? What if he looks like another animal instead? After many hilarious attempts, Turkey comes up with the perfect disguise to make this Thanksgiving the best ever!
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This Thanksgiving holiday, disguise a turkey with popcorn with this easy craft.
It’s perfect to keep your little ones entertained while you try to finish up the last-minute cooking preparations.
This craft also is popular in schools as a fun at home project that kids can create and bring back to share with the class.
While it might not be an edible snack (especially if you use glue to attach the pieces), they’ll love eating their handiwork if there’s any popcorn left from this activity!
Disguise a Turkey Popcorn
- 1 printable turkey template
- 1 pack of microwaveable popcorn (or popcorn bag)
- red and white striped scrapbook paper
Print the free turkey template found here.
Cut out the turkey. Color if desired.
Cut out a ‘bucket of popcorn’ using the red and white scrapbook paper. Glue at the bottom of the turkey. You can use a paper popcorn bag also.
Glue popped popcorn around the feathers of the turkey. Set aside and allow to dry.
Allow kids to eat leftover popcorn from this craft if desired.
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