Thursday, November 4, 2010

Family Projects

Every month, the kindergartners have to make a project with their family.

The project for November is to disguise a turkey so it doesn't get caught for Thanksgiving dinner!

We spent a few days thinking about it, and came up with our idea. Today, I helped Dylan disguise Tom Turkey.

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Dylan was born in November, and his birthday falls on or around Thanksgiving, so we disguised Tom Turkey as a guest at Dylan's birthday party! Mr. Turkey, aka Flier, even has a party hat, birthday present for Dylan, Star Wars shirt, and balloons!

I think Dylan did a great job!

Let's hope Flier doesn't get caught!

14 comments:

  1. That is such a cute idea. Dylan did such a great job disguising his turkey!

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  2. I love that!! What a creative idea for his turkey!

    This is my favorite project every year! Eli (well, mom) made his turkey disguised as a skateboarder last year standing in front of a brick wall, complete with mini-skateboard, hoop earring, chain necklace and a hoodie. It was so fun!!!

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  3. Cute idea! He does love his Star Wars, doesn't he!? Elijah's class made "thankful" feathers at school.

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  4. oh that is super cute~ How fun please share the other projects you get to do with him!!

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  5. cute idea...ya'll both did a great job! Very creative :)

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  6. What a creative idea! Great job!

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  7. I love it! We've done a project like that before too.

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  8. That is awesome!

    Okay, that shirt...it's from Children's Place right? Buddy has it on today! LOL

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  9. Great job!! Love that it's a star wars turkey - now THAT'S something you don't see every day! LOL

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  10. As a former K teacher, that was one of my all time favorite things to assign the kids. It is AMAZING what people (ie the parents :) ) come up with - and I have never seen one that had an idea like yours. So original, and so cute!

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  11. Oh what a creative idea! Good job :)

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