Are you looking for a fun snacktivity for your kids to do for Thanksgiving? These Turkey Pudding Cup Treats are a simple craft and snack all rolled into one.
These turkey snacks are so easy to make that your children can easily help. Or, you have have these sweet treats ready for your kids on the Thanksgiving day. Can you imagine having these at their seats during Thanksgiving lunch or dinner? I bet their eyes would light up!
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How To Make Turkey Pudding Cup Treats:
- Cinnamon Twist Churro Snack Pack Pudding Cups
- Card Stock or Scrapbook Paper (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Pink)
- Google Eyes
- Red Pipe Cleaners
- Orange Foam
To prepare to make this turkey snacktivity, cut the sheets of colored paper into ¼ inch wide and 6-inch long strips. You’ll need one of each color for each pudding cup. If you are creating these turkeys with a group of children, you may want to have all the other supplies separated into trays or small bowls.
How To Make:
To begin making this Thanksgiving snack, your children will glue the ends of the colored paper strips together so you make a loop with each one. They should hold the ends together for a minute or until it dries.
Next, your kids will cut out an orange triangles from the foam and form a wattle from the red pipe cleaner.
Then, your children will glue the “feathers” on the back of the pudding cups. They should hold the strips of paper onto the cups for a few minutes to allow the feathers too dry.
After the glue dries, your kids will glue on 2 eyes, the beak, and the wattle.
These Turkey Pudding Cup Treats are a great little Thanksgiving craft to make and then eat. This is one time when your children can make, play with, and then eat their creation!
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