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Mini Pumpkin Turkey Fruit Loops Fine motor Craft

This Mini Pumpkin Turkey Fruit Loops Fine motor Craft for Preschool and Kindergarten is a real fun and an engaging activity 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!

Mini Pumpkin Turkey Craft

When the end of October comes around and there are still so many mini pumpkins around your house, we have the perfect activity for you and your young learners! This Thanksgiving arts and crafts activity is a great transition activity from the month of October to November!

Start by grabbing a mini pumpkin, toothpicks, and some Fruit Loops cereal… Yep! That’s all you need! Next, (the adult) sticks the toothpicks into the mini pumpkin to add “tail feathers” to the pumpkin turkey. Your students can then practice counting, patterns, and color sorting while adding the Fruit Loops to the tail feathers. Finally, cut a toothpick into three smaller parts to add to the pumpkin for eyes, beak, and wattle (the red part below the beak). Use items around the house to add these final design pieces; things like playdough, spice drops, marshmallows, etc… can be used for the eyes, beak, and wattle. 

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