Turkey in Disguise
Have fun creating a unique disguise for your turkey and share your creation with us through social media!
Published on November 20, 2020
- Plain paper
- (Optional) construction paper
- (Optional) cotton balls
Time needed: 30 minutes.
Trace hand with brown marker for turkey body
TIP: Place hand at the top of the paper to have room for turkey feathers later
Rotate paper and draw circle for turkey head
Draw beak, wattle, eyes, and color the face
To disguise your turkey as a SNOW PERSON….
Put glue around the traced hand and add cotton balls
Cut three small circles for the coal buttons
Cut a rectangle and a square for the hat
Cut two rectangles for arms
Cut two rectangles for the scarf
Glue cut out pieces onto cotton balls and paper
Rotate your picture and use markers to make the turkey feathers
Color in feathers
If you don’t have cotton balls or don’t want to make a Snow Person, think of other ways to disguise your turkey!
SUGGESTION: Turn your turkey into a different kind of animal by using what you have at home.
Share your turkey’s disguise with us on social media. Tag us on Instagram (@childrensmuseumofrichmond) or Facebook (@CMoRichmond)!
Read Along – “Turkey Trouble”
Enjoy reading “Turkey Trouble” written by Wendi Silvano and illustrated by Lee Harper. This book is a fun way to tie in this week’s art project, Turkey in Disguise! Click here to read along: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzUS7UHXsd8