Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Disguising a Turkey
Jonas is in Kindergarten and one of his recent projects was to disguise a turkey. It was a fun project with the purpose of helping his turkey hide from the farmer so that he doesn't get eaten for Thanksgiving. Jo could make his turkey into anything. When I Googled some ideas I found some really great ones, like spider turkey, ninja turkey, spongebob turkey and so many more. When Jo decided upon a triceratops I got a little scared. I thought the ninja idea would have been much easier. After looking around for a dino-turkey (we found one that was sort of what he wanted) we got to work cutting, folding, coloring and disguising. I only hover to ensure fingers aren't cut off by scissors and when my help is requested. He requested it a lot. Normally he likes to do things on his own, so I happily obliged. We had fun disguising his turkey!
So, here's Jo's triceraturkey, a turkey that was probably not eaten on Thanksgiving day since he's so awesomely disguised.
Do your children have any super fun projects that you look forward to?