Pom Pom and Paper Plate Turkey Craft

This super simple, low prep pom pom and paper plate Turkey craft is something you cannot miss! It’s a super fun and engaging fine motor Thanksgiving activity for Preschool and Kindergarten for the month of November. Thanksgiving is one of my most favorite times of the year! To make it more special created these 15+ Turkey Thanksgiving craft ideas for my preschoolers and kindergarteners. Incorporate these super easy and hands on Turkey arts and crafts activities for Thanksgiving to promote sensory, fine motor, problem-solving, math, and literacy skills all while having fun in an engaging way!  Check out my TPT store to grab your Free Turkey template! For many of these thanksgiving activities, you will need this super fun Turkey Template.

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Let’s get going with this super fun Turkey craft for Thanksgiving!

Simple, Low-Prep Paper Plate Turkey Craft

This activity is a super fun and easy fine motor art for Thanksgiving. To begin this craft, gather a few supplies. These supplies include a paper plate, paint, clothespin, construction paper, googly eyes, and pom-poms. Once your supplies are gathered, clip a pom-pom onto the clothespin and dip it into a fall-colored paint. Now, start dabbing the paint onto the paper plate. Do this over and over with all the desired colors. 

Once the plate is painted to your student’s liking, add a brown circle at the bottom of the plate for the turkey’s head, a Pilgrim’s hat if your students choose, googly eyes, a beak, and a wattle. Now your turkey is complete. Your students will love creating this beautiful turkey for Thanksgiving!

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