A couple of grade four and grade six students in the After School Programme created turkeys for Thanksgiving. Here are some in the process of being created.
This is how we made them - Cut off a small portion of a paper towel roll. Cut a larger round piece of brown construction paper and glue it to one end of a popsicle stick. Tape the popsicle stick to one end of the paper towel roll vertically so that the round piece of construction paper is at the top in order to be the head. Cut out two round pieces of brown construction paper and tape to either end of the paper towel roll. Measure a piece of brown construction paper to fit around the piece of paper towel roll and cut it out. Glue it onto the paper towel roll. Cut out a waddle from red construction paper. Cut out a triangle of orange construction paper and glue it onto the waddle. Glue the waddle onto the face of the turkey. Cut out two feet from the orange construction paper and glue to the bottom. Paste a variety of feathers onto the back end of the turkey and cover with a brown piece of construction paper. Finally glue on some googlie eyes to the turkey and voila! You have a Thanksgiving turkey!