DIY Bulletin Board Turkey
I used this in my Third Grade Faith Formation Class at Church. Each child took a feather to write on it what they were thankful for. We assembled it and the next week shared the comments with the class. They liked seeing their feather on the big Turkey! I think next year I can use the Turkey and hat again and simply cut out more feathers from construction paper! The parents liked it too!
November 21, 2011
Two years in a row!
A big hit! I had all the parents take a feather home and decorate it. I had the snazziest bird in town. All my facebook friends gave it TWO thumbs up.
November 10, 2011
I bought this Bulletin Board Turkey for use at home with my 6 and 4 year old. We each took turns identifying why we were thankful to God.
We listed relatives, teachers, activities, TV characters, each other, and God Himself. Family and friends really appreciated seeing their names on our turkey.
August 10, 2010
Our Children's Church had a Thanksgiving event and this made a beautiful decoration. Really cute and great quality!!
November 16, 2012
Loads of Fun!
This was a great project. Wish they included a few extra feathers for the kids that make mistakes and want to start over. There are 24 feathers included. The turkey was really cute. Easy to decorate and hang in the classroom.
November 13, 2012
Large, colorful, great price!
For the price, this is great decor when a larger space, like the library or classroom, needs color. So many ways this can be used, too -- either "as is" or interactive by having children write on the feathers about things, books, people, etc., for which they are thankful. I got one for library AND one for the children's dept at church!
November 10, 2012
Colors a little dim
I bought this item to hang up in my class. The colors are not as colorful as in the photo, and the turkey arrives folded up with some very visible creases in the paper. The paper is thick however and I hope to get a few years out of it.
November 2, 2011
Super Cute Craft
I purchased this item for my son's fall social at school. It was super easy and fun for all the kids to decorate. They loved that they could make it their own. We can't wait to put him up on the wall for November's theme!
October 31, 2011