Number 1On Friday my students made these really cute wooden spool turkeys. We used spools, feathers, craft foam, pipe cleaners, felt, and a sharpie marker. These turkeys aways turn out adorable and the kids enjoy making them.
This week my daughter's kindergarten class worked on a turkey in disguise for their homework. She made her turkey into pigeon. Yes I help cut out the pigeon body. She took care of all the gluing and coloring. It was a fun project. The fat pigeon cracks me up.
Number 3I just finished up a math mini book freebie that we will use next week. We are in school for a couple of days before going on Thanksgiving break. It's Turkey Time will be math on Monday. If you would like a free copy of this mini book, click on the picture below.
My love of Thanksgiving is on display in our house. Among some of our decoration is a vintage turkey collection. I'm always on the look out for new turkeys to add to the flock. I love getting these out each year.
Next week my students will, of course, complete a project about things they are thankful for. Top on my list is my family. My sweet husband is such a wonderful dad and my daughter . . . well there are no words. I am so blessed to have them in my life.
Thank you for stopping by and thanks again to Doodle Bugs Teaching for hosting Five for Friday.