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Thursday, October 6, 2011
Turkey Trivia and a Creative Way to be Thankful
The materials required for this lesson are few -- empty milk cartons (washed and dried), brown construction paper, glue, white poster paper and magic markers. Paint is optional.
Inside the box, children can add some favorite items, including notes which talk about all the things they are most thankful for.
Give it a try and remember, you can find more Thanksgiving ideas at KinderArt:
Turkey Trivia: Turkeys have no feathers on their necks or heads. Instead, those areas are covered with red, fleshy skin. The soft floppy growth on the front of the head, which dangles down over the beak, is called a snood, while the pouch-like area at the front of a turkey's throat is known as a wattle.
Until next time,