Turkey paper bag project

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Thanksgiving Craft – what else but… a turkey!

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Call me sentimental, but this craft represents one of my favorite holiday decorations that Colton has brought home from school. Unfortunately, his is now old

My Paper Bag Turkey filled with mini bags of popcorn so you can "carve and serve" him

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more like Mommy School at this point - thanksgiving project great for ages 3-11

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Set the Thanksgiving Table {12 Table Decor Ideas} by Coffee With Us 3 including Paper Bag Turkey Craft for Kids

Set the Thanksgiving Table {12 Table Decor Ideas}

Set the Thanksgiving Table {12 Table Decor Ideas} by Coffee With Us 3 including Paper Bag Turkey Craft for Kids

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Paper Bag Turkey

Paper Bag Turkey

Save those brown paper bags from your holiday grocery shopping trips and make this Paper Bag Turkey. This Thanksgiving paper craft is a great activity to do with kids. The kids will have fun crumpling up newspaper to stuff the turkey with. Use construction paper and a deflated balloon to create the turkey’s facial features. To add feathers to your turkey, you’ll look no further than your cleaning closet at home. If you’re looking for a cute Thanksgiving table idea, this easy turkey craft is…

Paper bag turkey

Paper bag turkey

In honor of Thanksgiving, I thought I would share a craft that I made with the kids in my family over Thanksgiving weekend. It was quick, super easy, and they loved it. To make the crafting go more smoothly with my brood of one 8 year old, two 6 year olds, three 4 year olds, and one 2 year old, I cut out all of the pieces ahead of time. Materials: Multi-colored construction paper Brown paper lunch bags Scissors Glue Tape Marker/crayon Directions for Pieces: Bottom: cut one circle out of…