Last year Davis and I made this Give Thanks turkey.
Davis drew the body of the turkey and colored it himself.
I cut a strip of black paper and used glue dots to tape it to a pint size mason jar. We glued two skinny pipe cleaners on the bottom of the body for the legs, bent the ends for feet and used glue dots to stick the body to the jar.
We cut different colored cardstock into feathers and tucked them in the band around the jar. When someone thinks of something they are grateful for they can write it on the feather. Then we place the feathers in the jar. Slowly the turkey gets plucked as we get closer to Thanksgiving. On Thanksgiving we read all the things we are thankful for. It's fun to see what your kids appreciate.