Little Brother and I had a great time making these Shape Turkeys for Preschoolers! Creating them together gave me the perfect opportunity to review some of the trickier shapes (like octagon and rhombus) while still creating a super-cute Thanksgiving craft!
Here’s what you’ll need: Shape Turkey Printable and either markers, crayons, paint, dot markers, or stamps. We chose to make our own shape stamps using some old wooden blocks and sticky-backed felt. The idea was to match the stamp to the larger shape.
2. To make the shape stamps, trace tiny shapes onto sticky-back felt and then stick them on your wooden blocks.
3. Match the shape on the stamp to the larger shape on the paper. The small octagons ended up looking more like circles on the stamp, but it still made a neat design!
Tiny triangle stamp!
I ran out out of wooden blocks, so we used our dot markers to make the final rhombus feather. :)
4. Cut out all the shapes. This was great practice for little brother!
5. Use a glue stick to assemble your turkey.
Our turkey with our DIY Shape Stamps. :)
Check out more Thanksgiving activities here and on our Thanksgiving Pinterest board!