stapler and glue Turkey in the blue sky, hi, hi, hi, Glue or staple the tail to the back of the body. hole punch Make these fun turkeys for Thanksgiving and watch family and friends gobble them up! Thanksgiving Day is near. 6 little turkeys sat in their pen. Tail said the little red hen. And when he was gone, there were (4). (swing hands) Use this as a game, or a time filler. But the one little turkey With the loudest gobble, He led the others with a gobble-gobble, wobble-wobble. Turkey in the red barn, harn, harn, harn, There's a big, fat turkey ~Submitted by Cheryl's Sweethearts ChildCare Cut an oval (about 2 inches by 4-5 inches) to be the head and neck and glue it to the middle of the small circle. Let children act out the movements while you recite the rhyme. Add candy corn above the kiss to make feathers; place one corn on the kiss for the head. The turkey on the farm says, "Please help me!" 3 little turkeys sat in their pen. One little turkey hid with the chicks,  HAPPY THANKSGIVING DAY!! NOTE: I can already hear the children chanting: "Hide, turkeys, hide!" Gobble, gobble, gobble, Chop, chop, chop. said the little red hen. Quick! We then encourage the children to add details to their picture like grass, bugs to eat or whatever they like. and he's feathered and he's fine 2. Gobble, gobble, gobble. For the head, cut out a 4" light bulb shape from the brown Give the children a tracer that looks like the shape of a bowling pin. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases, Ten Little Turkeys For she's running away to hide. 2 or 3 cups leftover turkey. I’m A Little Turkey (tune of I’m a little Teapot) I’m a little turkey; I like to play, I’m very hungry; I eat all day. 3. Put the 1 cup rice in the bottom half then gather the top of the bag together and to a point then staple at that point. 3. Add two legs from construction paper. Cut two circles out of paper bags; one about 5 inches and one about 3 inches. <> Use hot glue to attach a cardboard right triangle to the back of the turkey so that it is freestanding. The turkey on the farm says, "Gobble, gobble, gobble." One little turkey hopped out the door, Hang them in a row with the numerals 5, 10, 15... and so on up to 100. Wings Dramatize, with children being the turkeys. Five Little Turkeys- Submitted by Christi. Cut out two circles from grocery bag about 5 or 6 inches across. For $110 you get a 12 – 13 lb. "Hide, turkeys, hide!" Thanksgiving Songs and FingerPlays. Tie a knot at one end of the yarn. Saved by Michelle Bullock. 6 little turkeys sat in their pen. ... 5 little reindeer fingerplay. Glue this to the rounded end of a pinecone with the bump protruding somewhat above the cone for the head of the turkey. Looks all around. said the little red hen. One little turkey - better run away! 3. The children love to shout "who who who" so be prepared that it may get a little loud. 10 little turkeys sat in their pen "Hide, turkeys, hide!" Paint each child's hand with brown paper and have them press it onto 1/2 sheet of construction paper. It is a great motor activity and very simple and inexpensive. and he wobbles and he gobbles Additional verses: Left wing Drumsticks (legs) Let them add features with markers and crayons to make the hand prints look like turkey. Have an adult help you with the preparation of the popcorn balls ~taken from "The Mailbox" magazine Oct/Nov 1 cup rice Place the feather shapes in a pile. It’s Thanksgiving Day! With the marker, draw on two eyes above and on the sides of the beak or glue on 2 wiggle eyes. construction paper, cut out feathers on glue them to the top edge of the large circle. My name is Ted. 1. 7 little turkeys sat in their pen. His neck is long, his chin is red. Five Little Turkeys. Fill a fourth full of sand and the kids can do Turkey Bowling using a small ball! bar shooting leaves 4 dead, 5 wounded The second suspect, identified as 30-year-old Hugo Villanueva-Morales, remained on the run, Kansas police said. As anyone can see, Five little turkeys standing in a row. Gobble-gobble, gobble-gobble "Hide, turkeys, hide!" Turkey in the blue sky, hi, hi, hi, and he wobbles and he gobbles Here is my head "Thanksgiving Day is coming Glue one foot to one end of each leg, then glue the top of the legs to the bottom of the body. Free turkeys, meals, and the sides may be served at Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas too. The head is the bigger part of the light x���Mk�@�����m���[��C�J�|=(X�E�H����ά�V�]d(�������;��c8� Three little turkeys with nothing to do, One waddled off and then there were two. And if that isn't "Hide, turkeys, hide!" Glue on large wiggly eyes, a paper beak and a red gobbler. this old ghost. Hold up 1 finger First little turkey said, I don't want to grow. jack-o-lantern. Take one orange bump & shape into a "V". he's so cozy in his bed once i had a turtle. Take a walk and gather fall leaves. "Hide, turkeys, hide!" Spread frosting on cracker. said the little red hen. Dip the small sponge into the puddle of paint then pat on the newspaper to take off excess paint. Thanksgiving Day is here. attach the recipe card! Five little turkeys fingerplay 5 little turkeys standing at the door 1 waddled off, and then there were 4. Albuquerque, he's my turkey, Especially to say, 5 little turkeys. Remember to adjust these times based on barometric pressure, and weather changes. Attach a carmel to the back with more frosting to make it stand up. Nov 29, 2020 - Explore Tracey Taylor's board "Thanksgiving" on Pinterest. Five Little Turkeys at PrimaryGames ''Five Little Turkeys'', from ''Children's Favorite Autumn Songs & Fingerplays''. Dip child's hand in paint and make a handprint on the paper (make sure the fingers are spread). Let frosting dry. said the little red hen. Glue the leaves to the outer edges of one of the circles with most of the leaf sticking out over the edge ...glue the other circle on top. Dip child's hand in paint and make a handprint on the paper (make sure the fingers are spread). Toothpicks (Hold up 5 fingers) The first one said, “I’ll have cake if I may.” (Point to the thumb) The second one said, “I’ll have turkey roasted.” (Point to the index finger) The third one said, “I’ll have chestnuts toasted.” (Point to the middle finger) See more ideas about thanksgiving activities, thanksgiving school, thanksgiving classroom. endobj But the last ...(1) decided to stay. “Ten Little Turkeys” From the CD, “Children’s Favorite Autumn Songs & Fingerplays” By The Learning Station ©Monopoli/The Learning Station. There's a big, fat turkey Draw in features. Turkey in the white snow, ho, ho, ho. One little turkey hid with the chicks, Five little turkeys fingerplay 5 little turkeys standing at the door 1 waddled off, and then there were 4. Turkey in the yellow corn, horn, horn, horn, Gobble, gobble, gobble." Dramatize, with children being the turkeys. (Ring finger) The fifth one said, 'Don't catch it on a nail.' Turkey in the straw, my darling. Popcorn balls (see recipe below) The Original List of 100 Tunes. Small pretzels (feet) As Carolyn Wells, cofounder of the Kansas City Barbeque Society, puts it, "If it moves, we cook it." Use 4 toothpicks as legs. Saved by Michelle Bullock. i'm a little pumpkin. ���%Z ��N�=L+��#:}*�X�:�$��t��t'���cI`K�I$hO�u,!ɤ��;3Q�0� (Hold up 5 fingers) The first one said, “I’ll have cake if I may.” (Point to the thumb) The second one said, “I’ll have turkey roasted.” (Point to the index finger) The third one said, “I’ll have chestnuts toasted.” (Point to the middle finger) (Hold up 4 fingers) Fifth little turkey said, Yes, that's what I hear. Five Little Turkeys by Jolanda Garcia . They glue the base of it to the center of the circle at about a 45-degree angle. Decorator frosting 5 Little Turkeys is a song that is set to the tune of the song Five Little Ducks. Run! (swing hands) Dip each point into a color and then dip the middle of the filter in the last color. Five little turkeys by the barn door, one waddled off, then there were four. The turkey on the farm says, "Gobble, gobble, gobble." Gobble! 1 little owl sitting in a tree he was shouting "who who who" as loud as can be. "Hide, turkey, hide!" 4 little turkeys standing near a tree 1 waddled off, and then there were 3. Shuffle your little colored squares and draw them out one at a time. (Visited 1,083 times, 2 visits today) Filed Under: Crafts Tagged With: hand print , puppet , Thanksgiving , turkey (Pointer finger) The third one said, 'I can gobble, too.' (point) Five fat turkeys were sitting on a fence. Shhh....don't tell that you've seen her, Our activities are widely used by teachers, moms, dads, child care providers etc. Put a small puddle of brown paint on a few layers of newspaper. For the legs, cut two 1/2" X 8" pieces of orange construction 5. 2. What fun! In this Five Little Turkeys fingerplay learning exercise, students read the fingerplay, count and subtract the turkeys, and color the picture. Place all the shapes, except for the turkey, on the flannel board. ~Submitted by Cheryl's Sweethearts ChildCare 4. enough, remember by using the brown bag, rolled up socks ... you are recycling!!! Butterscotch chips (beak) 2 little turkeys in the morning sun 1 … Turkey in the red barn, harn, harn, harn. Give each child a colored turkey. For the wings, take the top half of the bag and cut it at each side so you end up with two pieces the same size. Take a large brown grocery bag and glue 2 small lunch bags (gathered at the tops) to sides of the bag to look like drumsticks. Editors note: We used a 6-ounce tomato paste can to trace a perfect circle for the feet, and then simply drew on a few toes. And when she was gone, there were ,,,(2). Thread yarn through the hole from inside the cup. "Hide, turkeys, hide!" PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, SHARE & COMMENT!! recipe: 1 can cream of mushroom soup said the little red hen. Turkey in the yellow corn, horn, horn, horn, Turkey in the yellow corn, horn, horn, horn. Turkey in the brown straw, ha, ha, ha. The second one said, 'I can gobble at you.' Mark off an 8 step race track using pencils, napkins or whatever. and I'm awfully glad he's mine. I hope that you have a very Songs & Fingerplays. The children are provided with a wide variety of feathers cut from old wallpaper. They will love this repetitive line! Attach the turkey to the lower portion of the wall. Gobble,gobble, gobble, gobble One waddled off, then there were two. For some odd reason he just runs away But the last ...(1) decided to stay. Concepts. And when he was gone, there were...(8). These will be the turkey's feathers. five little turkeys flew up in a tree (hold up five fingers) the first one said, "there's a man I see" (point to thumb) the second one said, "he's coming this way" (point to index finger) the third one said "it's Thanksgiving Day" (point to middle finger) For the feet, draw two 2" cup shapes with three 1/2" toes onto yellow construction paper. 2 0 obj 9 little turkeys sat in their pen 3" piece of red twisted paper One little turkey flew far away Use the finished pictures to talk about counting by fives. sunflower onto breast area of turkey. 2 little turkeys in the morning sun 1 … Ten Little Turkeys. 10 little turkeys sat in their pen All that's left to do is 5 little ducks. Children cut out and glue on six feathers, three each side. Take one red Chenille bump & shape into an "S". There's A Big Fat Turkey - sung to "Little White Duck". Fold these two pieces accordion style then staple one end together so you have a small fan. endobj Five Turkeys In A Tree Five fat turkeys are we. Have your child paint a paper plate with lots of different colors, or have them sponge paint all over the plate. Down on the farm For she's running away to hide. ~ THANKSGIVING SONGS AND FINGERPLAYS ~. Trace a child's hand onto cardboard; then cut out the shape. ~submitted by "The Kids Place" Home Day Care and Preschool. Glue one end toward the top of the large circle and the other end in the middle of the small circle. construction paper for each child. Set out leaves, plastic foam trays, and construction paper. He swings it when he walks. said the little red hen. 8 Views69 Downloads. black marker or two wiggle eyes "Gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble", says the bird. Better reserve yours fast, they’re only making 25. %PDF-1.5 Three little turkeys with nothing to … Here are my favorite Thanksgiving fingerplays: I’m A Little Turkey (sung to the tune of I’m A Little Teapot) I’m a little turkey, My name is Ted Here are my feathers Here is my head Gobble, gobble, gobble, Is what I say, Quick! But the other ...(7) decided to stay. Starting at the tops of fingers and working toward the palm, have child press on colorful beads to create a pattern. 1 little turkey sat in his pen. They will love this repetitive line! Wobble head back and forth. ~Submitted by Cheryl's Sweethearts ChildCare Draw on a beak and glue on feathers. Peanut butter cup miniatures (head) Thanksgiving is a traditional North American holiday, which is a form of harvest festival. Draw on a beak and glue on feathers. (Hold up 1 finger) Second little turkey said, Why do you say that? Who stays away from harm. Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet were the first Europeans to set foot on the land in 1673 while traveling down the Mississippi River. Thanksgiving Day is here. Place kiss near the bottom of the cracker. 1 can cream of celery soup 6 0 obj (You could also use a rectangle for the neck and a small circle for the head.) Take one orange bump & shape into a "V". Turkey and a case of beer for your guests. Hand Print Turkey This is glued to a large sheet of drawing paper. ~Submitted by Cheryl's Sweethearts ChildCare. stream Circle Turkey The Turkey Original Author Unknown (fingerplay) The turkey is a funny bird. (Hold up 5 fingers) First little turkey said, I don't want to grow. Out of each sheet cut 9 small squares and 1 large turkey. %���� Gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble Bert Co. Breakdown-A 3. Take 5-7 other bumps & carefully bend them so the narrow ends can be twisted together The turkey on the farm says, "Please help me! Albuquerque, he's my turkey Lost Forty Brewing is doing something a little different – by offering house-smoked Grass Roots Farmers’ Turkeys. Of course, it is a song that is going to be sung more during the Thanksgiving holidays. 5 Little Turkeys is the perfect finger play to teach your children for Thanksgiving! "Hide, turkeys, hide!" Trace child's hand and color brown body and colored feathers (fingers) Write in the card: Use stick puppet turkeys. paper. We provide the children with a precut profile of a turkey head and neck. (Middle finger) ! Then while the children are singing the song, they can act out all of the movements that go along with the song. "Hide, turkeys, hide!" "Hide, turkeys, hide!" I made it with my hand Using another toothpick pock holes in the side of the potato & place a real feather in each hole. We have also added beads for eyes. One little turkey flew far away And his feet go wobble-wobble. He spreads his tail into a fan, and acts like he is mad, But I like Mr. Gobbler, he really isn’t mad. Whoever has the matching color turkey takes a step when his color is drawn. The state is sometimes called “the Mother of the West.”  6. One little turkey flew far away ... Cut five turkey body shapes out of brown felt and fifteen feather shapes out of red, yellow and orange felt. To add a simple red bow tie, untwist 3" length of red twisted Four little turkeys out under the tree, One waddled off, then there were three. And when he was gone, there were (4). But the other ...(3) decided to stay. 1 0 obj Gobble, gobble, gobble. (Hold up 3 fingers) Fourth little turkey said, Thanksgiving is near. Yarn Turkey in the sky, my darling. Texans insist that real barbecue is made with beef, while Carolinians maintain it must be pork. The first one said, 'I'm so immense.' It's Thanksgiving Day! 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They think the feathers look like a hat coming out of the turkeys' heads instead of tail feathers! Turkey Math Run! (Hold up 5 fingers) First little turkey said, I don't want to grow. My name is Ted. Hang them in a row with the numerals 5, 10, 15... and so on up to 100. He was considered armed and dangerous . The last little turkey flew off toward the sun 8 little turkeys sat in their pen. Have the child assemble the turkey and then glue onto the plate as the turkey's feathers. Turkey Crafts - DLTK 5 little turkeys sat in their pen. said the little red hen. A big, fat turkey said the little red hen. Thanksgiving Day is here. ~Submitted by Cheryl's Sweethearts ChildCare. But the other ...(5) decided to stay. Hold up 2 fingers Second little turkey said, Why do you say that? endobj Small pretzels (feet) Her tail was spread so wide. and I'm awfully glad of that. Five little turkeys added 11-7-98 Original Author Unknown. 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