A simple turkey made from a paper bag helps kids express what they are grateful for. Help young crafters punch four circles from brown cardstock and fold them in half. Adhere the circles together to create the dimensional face, then add googly eyes and a cardstock beak and wattle. Stuff a small paper bag with tissues or newspaper, then staple the bag shut to form the body of this paper turkey. Ask kids to write what they are thankful for on strips of cardstock, then fold the strips in half and adhere them to the back of the bag.
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