I helped the boys each dip their hand in brown paint and add it to the construction paper. Then we added legs and the gobbler-thing (whatever it's called hahaha) with red paint, and glued on some wiggly eyes. Cutest turkey's you ever saw right?
I don't have a printer set up right now so I just hand-wrote the message on the inside and the boys added some leaf stickers. The message is so cute, you'll have to enlarge the picture to see it better. I enclosed a picture of my boys inside and am super excited to send them out to family members today.
While we had the brown paint out we also made a Thanksgiving Grateful Tree. Last year the lady who tended my kids for me while I worked did this with my boys and I loved the idea so we made our own this year. Each day the boys get to pick something they are grateful for and we add it to a leaf and glue it on the tree. Yesterday I laughed when Luke told me he was grateful for chicken nuggets. I too am grateful for those nuggets because it seems to be the only thing Luke will eat lately (other than fruit).