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Turkeys in Disguise November 29, 2009

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Did someone say, “Insufferably Cute?” After my last conference (yes, I went to school in my zombified state), I was on my way out the door and saw these. Those First Grade teachers are ruthlessly cutesy.

Students had to “disguise” their turkey, so it could escape the carving knife. There were lots of ballerinas and princesses. That one on the end said, “I’m a black hairy monster. My father is Big Foot. If you try to eat me, I’ll eat you first!” Be on the lookout for these turkeys in disguise!

Here is the Turkey Template:

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1. institutrice - November 29, 2009

Those turkeys are adorabe! They remind me of the Chick-Fil-A cows: “Eat mor chikin!”

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2. Catherine Sherman - November 29, 2009

Hilarious, and so clever. A great teacher (as you are) inspires creativity!

What was on your Thanksgiving menu?

Cathy – My students did the same old turkey with a coffee filter tail. I just thought these were too cute. They were outside a first grade classroom, but some teachers in Kinder started this. (Nod to Kinder – Don’t want to mess with THEM.) Our menu? We ate that big hairy monster. Jan

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3. hotlibrarytech - November 30, 2009

Very cute.
Love the furry Yeti.

Hot,
The kid actually had written, “My father is Sascqu…hey, if I can’t spell it, how could a first grader?” Jan

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4. Janelle - December 13, 2009

The next project is, “Draw a razor for your turkey and help them shave!” Love those – too cute.

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