Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Try It Tuesday: Hand Print Turkey



My son and I had such a fun time with this Turkey project. He is becoming quite the little crafter. I tried to
maximize his learning with this project and so I made dotted lines for him to trace the letters in "Gobble" and had him tell me the letters as he wrote them.

I let him pick out the choice of colors for the feathers and tell me which finger to paint which color. I painted his hands and let him press them on the paper. I fondly remember doing this same project with my daughter when she was his age. In fact, I just saw the picture of when she did it when we had a playdate at our house and it gave me the idea to do it with my son too.

I let him draw on the legs and beak and glue on the googly eyes.



6 comments:

Trudy Shallow said...

Very Cute! He did a good job with the letters.

Meegs said...

Too cute. My daughter did something similar at daycare. She loves any craft where she gets to get her hands covered in paint!! :-)

Jenna Guizar said...

Oh my gosh this is soooo cute! I really have to do this with my daughter - she will love it. Thank you for sharing this adorable idea!

Chelle W said...

Super cute! We usually make hand turkeys with construction paper and the feathers are filled with 5 thanks from each kid. Which reminds me I need to go buy some colored construction paper for this years!

chelle from Oh, just stop already

Kelly R said...

That is so cute. He did a great job.

Candyz Nikka said...

That’s a cool and fun activity. ^_^