Thanksgiving Turkey Kids Craft

Thanksgiving Turkey Magnet Crafts

My girl and I love to craft together. I’m not sure why but we can create and craft all day long. But do not ask us to work on a school project together. We clash on school projects but do great on crafts. So on election day the kids were out of school and her and I made a run to the craft store and crafted the day away. We came up with these cute and inexpensive Thanksgiving turkey craft with magnets for our fridge. thanksgiving turkey craft

See how simple that is? We used a bottle top. Glued on eyes and a beak. Made the feathers and put our family names on it. Then glued it all together and attached a magnet. This would be a simple, fun craft to do on Thanksgiving day while the food is cooking. Do you and your kids like to craft together?

What Thanksgiving turkey crafts have you done or plan on doing?

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25 Replies to “Thanksgiving Turkey Kids Craft”

  1. Funny you ask ‘) We just made Turkey Cookies and it was so much fun and they were yummy!

  2. That’s too cute. I plan on doing the hand print turkey with my toddler that I saw in a magazine. 🙂

  3. I used to love doing little crafts like this with my kids around Thanksgiving. This one is super cute.

  4. When my kids were little we would to turkey crafts by outlining there hand on a piece of paper and turn it into a turkey with paint.

  5. Those are cute!!! We have no little kiddos, so I think it’ll be a craft-free Thanksgiving for us!

  6. I found a place to buy some more craft supplies like this – so this may be something to do with the kids.

  7. That is really cute. My son is just starting to get interested in crafting. I know the grandparents would love them!

  8. That’s pretty crafty, sounds like something great to keep the nieces and nephews busy while holiday dinner is being prepared!

    Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

  9. These are great. I am loving all of the turkey crafts I have been seeing lately, I am addicted to having magnets…. thank you for this!

  10. What a cute idea! I’ve seen several turkey crafts, but never seen one like this. Love it!

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