By General Crafts Contributor Michelle
Here’s a fun projects for the kids to make, and play on Thanksgiving while they wait for the turkey to cook. Gobble! Gobble!
Here’s what you’ll need to make your own:
- Turkey Feathers
- Colored pencils, crayons, markers
- Carta Bella 6 x 6 in. Paper Pad Fall Break
- Glue stick
- Loew Cornell Simpy Art Large Spring Clothespins 24 pc.
- Midwest Design Guinea Dyed Feathers 7 gm. Multi
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
To begin, print Turkey Feathers on cardstock paper. Color your turkey game boards.
Every player will need one turkey game board, and 6 clothespins–so print game boards, and plan your clothespins accordingly.
Roughly cut out your turkeys, and then glue them onto the plain side of a piece of decorative paper. Let dry.
Cut out the turkey game boards.
Use hot glue to attach one feather to the end of the clothespin that you squeeze. Make enough feathered clothespins so that you have six clothespin for each game board.
- Each player chooses a turkey game board.
- Player one rolls the die, and places a feather clothespin onto their turkey, on the number that they just rolled.
- Player one passes the die to the next player, who rolls and places a feather.
- Players take turns rolling, and placing feathers until one player collects all six feathers.
Players may only roll once per turn, and may only place one feather per number.
Happy crafting, and playing!