Category Archives: Thanksgiving

STUFFED TURKEY

After Thanksgiving dinner, we just want to sit because we’re so stuffed.  Last year the 4th graders made these turkeys.  Some of them really look uncomfortable. There are more pictures of these turkeys….enjoy.  For the supply list and directions for this … Continue reading

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I AIN’T NO TURKEY

I so wanted to use that title for the project but didn’t think it would look too good in school.  So now I can’t resist.  This is a 5th Grade project that had hilarious results.  I don’t have a picture … Continue reading

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PUMPKINS

All elementary kids love using oil pastels and this 3rd Grade group is getting very good at shading with them.  We make the pumpkins separate and then glue them on the black background.  We use oil pastels, scissors, glue sticks, … Continue reading

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PUMPKINS IN CHALK AND PAINT

We used colored chalk dipped in white poster paint to achieve the look in the “Pumpkin Patch.”  This is another of those projects that look so nice made up—the picture doesn’t do it justice. For instructions on how to make … Continue reading

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TURKEY SNACK HOLDER

This is a timely and useful centerpiece for Thanksgiving.  It’s perfect for holding nuts and mints or any other snack that makes a holiday complete.  For patterns and directions to make this “Turkey Centerpiece,” look in the Thanksgiving Projects Gallery  in … Continue reading

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LEAF ELEGANCE

This  “Autumn Elegance” project has to be made up to see how beautiful it actually is.  It would be perfect in a black matted picture frame.  The brown grocery bag, after it is prepared for this project, looks like leather.  … Continue reading

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PILGRIM PUZZLE WREATH

A wire coat hanger, a brown grocery bag and puzzle pieces are the basic supplies in this Thanksgiving project. Although the puzzle pieces can be glued on with a glue stick, it works better and goes faster with a glue gun.  … Continue reading

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HAPPY FALL TURKEY

We can always find puzzle pieces for our art projects.   You know how sooner or later a piece or two of our favorite puzzle turns up missing.  We hate to throw the whole puzzle away, but the trouble is, it’s … Continue reading

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