My severely special needs son has come home with a disguise the turkey project for the third year in a row.
He can do NONE of it therefore I need to come up with and execute the idea. I challenge you to tell me something fast and easy that "he" can do--or that I can do and once or twice hold his hands by it to say that he helped.
Thanks for any creative people who can help me. Last year we made it into a football player and the year before we covered it in fall leaves.
by the way....this bad boy is 24 inches tall! I pity the fool that runs into this turkey in a dark alley.
Last edited by dmamec; 11-01-2008 at 12:23 PM..
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That is one big project! Can you help him glue on some small plastic ornaments and tinsel and call it a Christmas tree? Ornaments would cover a lot of space so it wouldn't take long. As a teacher I have sent these types of things home. As a parent...I HATE THEM!
My friend who teaches 2nd did this the year before last and she had one student cover hers with teddy grahams and that was its disguise--he was a teddy graham! That's the one I remember most. Plus, it's fast, easy and you can eat the leftovers!
huh?! it's 3-D???? what the heck IS it? (or is it a big sheet of paper?)
*i do this project too with my science class when we cover adaptations (camouflage)--sometimes it's groundhog, ghost, bunny, turkey---depends on season when we do it, but it's just a regular size paper.
so i'm going with it's a doll-type thing....dress it in overalls and plaid shirt and call him a farmer.
make him a jack-o-lantern or pumpkin
cover it in pink, put on a pig nose and curly tail---he could hold a sign that reads "eat more pork"