We also made these turkies out of Oreos. Their tails and beaks were supposed to be made out of candycorn, but who would've thought that candycorn would be impossible to find four days before Thanksgiving? We tried three different places, and apparently candycorn is "Halloween Candy." Now what do ya'll think?! At any rate, it called for a little improvising, and we had to pull it off with some pipecleaners, so they were not 100% edible!
This is Jaiden and her good friend Adi...
The picture above was taken moments before Jeryn went on a rampage. The party fell in the middle of his usual naptime, and it was not pretty for us. I was sweating like it was 100 degrees by the time it was over. He picked up chairs and moved them, tried to climb on the tables, tried to eat the little girls' beads that they were using for their Thanksgiving craft, and numerous other things. I needed about five extra arms to maintain control.
They had been learing about the first Thanksgiving with the Indians and the Pilgrims. The teachers surprised them with a tee-pee for them to walk around and go inside! Jaiden loved it!