Tomorrow, it will have been a year exactly, since we read Teresa Bateman's Plump and Purky Turkey for stART (a story + ART link-up, at A Mommy's Adventures), and made candy corn, turkey cookies.
We made another batch this year...
...and they inspired, the turkey craft below, reusing our tissue, and contact paper, candy corn, from our windows.
I traced a circle, on cut open lunch bag, for the girls to cut. Or rather, for E (age 5) to cut. I cut the circle out for C (age 4).
They glued on google eyes, and drew beaks, and feet (and eventually snoods), with markers.
Then, they glued on the candy corn, which I had carefully removed from the windows. C, chose to glue hers, on the front of the circle.
E, glued hers on the back.
Finally, once they were dry, we taped them back onto the windows. For a new, seasonally appropriate, display.
For more story stretching arts, and crafts, check out this week's stART link-up, at A Mommy's Adventures.
It's great to be a homeschooler.