My kinder daughter is having to disguise a turkey...due on Friday. Now, I am NOT creative at all....her daddy is. Unfortunately, he is unable to help with this project.
Do you guys have any simple ideas on how we can easily disguise our little guy?
and make it into someone she likes. It could be Sleeping Beauty, Barbie, or a real person. I saw a picture of a Hannah Montana one that was pretty cute. You can also make animals. Last year I had a really cute calico cat. Santa was popular one year in my class. A snowman is also cute.
I do this with my class every year and get some of the most creative "turkeys" ever. My favorites have been a grandma turkey (dressed with glasses and cut out fabric for a dress, with grey hair), a dragon turkey (covered in small pieces of tissue paper), and an astronaut (with a suit made out of tinfoil). The "princess" turkeys that I usually get often have yarn for hair and are wearing (usually stapled on) a doll's dress. Bunnies and Sheep are also easy to make with cotton balls. My turkeys are due this week and I can't wait to see what arrives!
football player, hunter, cheerleader, invisible turkey, cub scout, Incredible Hulk, spiderman, superman, ninja, native american, police man, fisherman, girl in a bikini and five more will arrive tomorrow on the deadline. Some just simply colored over the turkey. while other put a lot of energy and effort into their turkeys.
I had done this many years with my students before having fun was not the priority.
Some of my favorites were a Turkey dressed as Santa, trees, football player, ballerina, model, snowman, etc. The ideas are endless.
My colleague just did this. There were some very cute ones. Some of the ones I remember are: Santa, a University of Kentucky basketball player, a snowman (covered in cotton balls), a hula dancer with a grass skirt and coconut b---s, a hunter in camoflauge, a witch, the Easter bunny. They really do turn out very cute!