Turkey Handprints – craft for Thanksgiving

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This is such a FUN and EASY Thanksgiving project. You need construction paper – brown, orange, red and yellow, glue sticks, a pencil, a black marker and a pair of scissors.

  1. Trace your hand one time on each of the red, yellow and orange papers and cut them out.
  2. Cut a oval out of the brown paper.
  3. Cut a triangle out of the orange
  4. Glue the 3 hands on the back of the oval
  5. Add eyes on the front with the marker and then add the beak.

We had SO much fun making these today with our friends, Wyatt, Gus and William.


For just as through the disobedience of the one man the many were made sinners, so also through the obedience of the one man the many will be made righteous.


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