Thanksgiving poultry paper craft

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DLTK’s Crafts for children
Thanksgiving Poultry Paper Craft

Contributed by Leanne Guenther

This can be a simple cut and paste paper craft good "for entertainmentInch,

a thanksgiving theme, or perhaps a farm theme produced from a fundamental egg shape.


  • something to paint with if while using B&W version,
  • scissors,
  • glue, and
  • paper.
  • You should use brass tacksamazon ("brads") rather of glue to connect the wings should you

    would like them to become moveable.


  • Print the craft template of preference.
  • Color (if while using black and white-colored form of the craft) and eliminate web site pieces.
  • Glue the poultry together within the following order:
  • Glue the ft to the egg formed body
  • Glue your eyes to the body
  • Glue the wattle underneath the beak
  • Glue the beak to the body
  • Glue the wings to the body.
  • Glue the tail down behind your body
  • See picture around the template for more help.


  • Close web site window after printing to go back to this screen.
  • Set page margins to zero for those who have trouble fitting web site on a single page (FILE, PAGE SETUP or FILE, PRINTER SETUP in many browsers).

Template 1

(color) or


Template 2

(color) or


Print friendly form of these instructions


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Tamara Armellini: that was cute all the kids did great!!!!!!!!!!!!

CHANTAL SALPETRIER: thank you for sharing !!

Yensii Lopez: i think you could put napkins

Irineo Sanchez: cool and easy thanks.

Savannah Bourque: sooooo cute turkey

CraftKlatch: Thank you Savannah!

lisamr40: So cute! My kids would love to do this craft! TFS! 

Shawn Newman: Cute happy thanksgiving ������������������������������������

Vickie Murray: Cute Turkey! Thanks for sharing your Turkey. Happy Thanksgiving!��

Mable Ecker: Cute idea!  Thank you for sharing and Happy Thanksgiving to you.  Mable

Abigail Gelin: First