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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Turkey Handprint Craft & the Letter Tt

Ava and I had such a fun time working on this turkey handprint craft. The template can be found here, but I came up with the idea to make two turkeys to incorporate with the letter Tt. I've decided to start an alphabet scrapbook for Ava (well, I haven't actually made it yet, but I plan to very soon!) that we plan to title "Learning My Lovely Letters". (We're obviously creating the letters in no particular order). She is very familiar visually recognizing more than half of her letters already; however, the ones she does know are all upper case. Now that I'm starting an alphabet scrapbook for her, we'll be able to include lower case letters too. We can also talk about what sound the letter makes and associate the letter with a word... in this case, Turkey starts with the letter T. We made two turkeys, one with mommy's handprints that corresponds with the upper case "T", and the other one with Ava's handprints that corresponds with the lower case "t".

Here are the materials we needed to make this craft complete:

- paper
- pencil
- crayons
- glue
- scissors


- Print out the turkey template
- Color the template and cut out
- Trace your child's hands and your own
- Color the handprints and cut out
- Glue the turkey together (as shown in our picture below)
- Print out the T and t template (here), color, and cut out

Ava did a beautiful job coloring her turkey and hand prints... mommy just helped a little ;) (Mommy, however, did all of the cutting herself, but Ava did a great job watching!).

Aren't they so cute?! We can't wait to create more crafty letters for the scrapbook!


  1. So cute!! Thank you for sharing them at Crafty Moms Share!

  2. Love, Love, Love. So cute to see her enjoying making the craft with you.


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