Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Turkey Playdough

I've dedicated our November playdough to the American Thanksgiving holiday coming up later this month.
Gobble-gobble!

I simply created some brown playdough (see my sidebar for the recipe) and gathered some feathers and googly eyes together in a basket.



James thought this turkey making business was hilarious!!He named his turkey "Old Featherhead". :0)


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20 comments:

welcome to our wonderland said...

cute turkey!

for novembers playdough here we made cranberry playdough and colored it using the juice from real cranberries! my 4 year old loves it and loved making it!

http://lettersnumbersandbooksohmy.blogspot.com/2010/11/cranberries-playdough-scones-and-music.html

Michelle said...

Very cute!~! Emily would enjoy this and I just made some pumpkin spice play dough that would be perfect with this project :0)

Jen said...

Ok I need to make some playdoh tonight after seeing this! Sooo cute! LOVE the name James picked out. :)

Debbie said...

That's great--I love it! I so want to try this one with Gabriela! I think my other 2 would like it as well.

Kim said...

I love that you do different playdough for the different months. I may have to start doing this :)

Musical Mama said...

I had this same exact idea for November - just haven't gotten around to executing it yet. :) He's so cute, I think I'll make some time to get the playdough made today.

Beth- the mama bee said...

Funny, we just did this at preschool this morning. The kids had fun with it.

Carine said...

Awesome!

I gave you an award!
http://lilytots.blogspot.com/2010/11/award.html#comments

Lindsay said...

hehe love it!! Love James' name for his turkey!

Elle Belles Bows said...

That is way too cute! Thanks for sharing! Kerri

Peterson Party said...

Cute!

Elise said...

Old Featherhead - makes me smile! I can also imagine Savvy thinking this was hilarious too.

We have oodles of brown play doh - so this would be a sweet way to put it to good use. Playing with play doh is always more fun when you add googly eyes and feathers.

jess_hak said...

So cute! I just found a recipe for chocolate playdoh and had no idea what to use brown playdoh for (but wanted to make it because well, it's chocolate)....now I know. Thank you for the fabulous ideas!!

Cara said...

Adorable as can be! I still haven't made my November playdough yet (ack!), but Finn really enjoyed having googly eyes (and pipe cleaners) last month, so the feathers are a GREAT idea.

Desiree Wong said...

so simple yet so cute!! i love it! gotta use it with my class!

Elizabeth @ Ucreate with Kids said...

This is so cute! Just featured it! :)

http://ucreatewithkids.blogspot.com/2010/11/tutorial-turkey-playdough.html

Shannon said...

I love this and we had so much fun with it this week!

Giggly Girls said...

So cute!!! And wouldn't you know we just made a batch of pumpkin a few minutes ago. Now I have to go to store to get some maple flavor so we can make the turkey. We must make them. LOL

EmilyM said...

Very cute! We just did a very similar play dough activity. My son loved it. I linked back to you. Thanks for the idea.

http://puppydogtails.blogspot.com/2010/11/turkey-fun.html

Deb Chitwood said...

I had a lot of fun looking through your playdough posts, Mari-Ann! I featured your turkey playdough photo and post in my Montessori-Inspired Fall Playdough Activities at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2012/10/08/montessori-inspired-fall-playdough-activities/

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