- Brown paper lunch bags
- Feathers made using different colored construction paper
- Waddle and beak made from construction paper in different colors
- Googly eyes, buttons, and other embellishments
- Pipe cleaners
Cut about an inch off of the top of the lunch bags. To make the bags more durable, you can cover the front and back of the bags with brown cardstock.
Let children make a turkey face using any of the supplies available. Then they can add the feathers using glue to the back of the bag. They can also draw a face, if they'd prefer, or use real feathers rather than paper feathers.
Fill with treats or keep coloring pages or blank paper and crayons for children to use during their Thanksgiving travel.