I did this craft with preschool, kindergarten, and first graders. All LOVED it, though the little ones needed help with some of the tiny stickers.
November 26, 2010
These turkey sticker sheets are inexpensive, easy and fun. I purchased them for my daughter's class and my daughter said that all of the children enjoyed making them.
November 20, 2010
A fun add-in for your Thanksgiving cards -- I encourage kids to write the things they are thankful for on the red feathers!
April 11, 2014
The turkeys wouldn't stick!!!
This year the glue on these was lousy! Purchased in past years was great on plain paper plates. This year wouldn't work at all.
November 20, 2013
Some of the pieces were so small you couldn't even get them off the paper, no way kids could do this. Do not recommend
November 17, 2012
Needs more detail
I bought these as a craft for the kids to do at our Center's Thanksgiving dinner. We were looking for a craft that didn't require much instruction because we had over 200 people in attendance. But with no picture of the finished product and no instructions, the children required a lot of help. Also, we didn't take them out of the box until the day of our event (which was offsite) and realized at the last minuted that we needed cardstock to put the stickers on because they are just stickers, not a full card project.
October 2, 2012
I think my Sunday School class will enjoy these!
October 1, 2012
Cute but didn't work
This is a perfect fine motor activity for elementary age children but when stickers were applied to paper they didn't stick. It was a let down to the children who were excited about the project. Maybe it was just the batch of packages I received but it seemed to be every package I opened. Very disappointed.
September 18, 2012
cute but cheaply made
The kids were excited to make their turkeys, but the stickers were not easy to pop out and mostly ripped, ruining the fun.
November 23, 2011
Fun for my kid and his class
I bought these for my son's preschool classroom. The kids loved the project and had fun with it. However, their final results really didn't resemble the picture on the top of this page!
This is a problem with almost all of the OTC crafts: The package doesn't have a photo of what the finished product should look like, and you don't always have a computer handy to look it up!
If you get three little stickers and no direction, how are you supposed to figure out that they are supposed to make a hat? Especially when there are other small stickers to figure out?!
November 23, 2011