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Turkey Felt Board Feather Matching

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Last month’s pumpkin flannel board matching cards were so fun I decided to make some for Thanksgiving. I made a Turkey Felt Board with cards to match the feathers for my kids. This is so fun because it teaches them pattern and color recognition. There are 10 different printable turkey pattern cards you can use for your felt board using all the colors of the rainbow. Some are simple patterns and some are more advanced for older kids.

felt board turkey

 

Then along with the pattern cards, I included a blank turkey that is a little larger to use to make your felt turkey. I just cut out the body and used that as a pattern for my turkey. For the legs and beak, I glued them on with fabric glue. Then for the feathers you will need 8-10 of each color to be able to make all of the patterns included. I cut out one of the longest feathers to use as a pattern to make my felt ones.

We are having lots of fun with out turkey felt board this week!

turkey felt board

 

Download your Turkey Feather Matching Cards here!

turkey feather matching cards

 

See how I made my felt board and our Continent Felt Board!  Also check out the Pumpkin Face Matching post and Christmas Tree Matching, too!

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  1. Fun!! I love how you put the patterns in the feathers! I’m pinning this to my (CarlaINHouston) Thanksgiving board and sharing it on my PreschoolPowolPackets Facebook page!
    Carla recently posted…13 Thanksgiving Books for PreschoolersMy Profile

  2. What a fun idea, Karyn! Thanks so much for sharing your printables … they make it easy to prepare the felt board activity. I featured your post as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page and on Pinterest. :)
    Deb @ Living Montessori Now recently posted…November Themed Activities for KidsMy Profile

  3. This is such a cute idea! I bet my daughter is just about the right age to do this. I’m pinning!

  4. This is such a CLEVER idea! What a fun way to sneak in some math skills with a fun holiday activity =)

    I featured this at TGIF today (http://www.123homeschool4me.com/2013/11/tgif-linky-party-102.html). Thanks for linking up and sharing with all of us!!

    Have a GREAT weekend,
    Beth =)

  5. You’ve been featured on our After School Thanksgiving Roundup of Activities for School Aged Kids this week. This turkey crafts is so much fun for the kids to create and learn with. Just want to tell you that we are so thankful for you and your blog! Happy Thanksgiving!
    Kim @ The Educators’ Spin On It recently posted…Thanksgiving Activities for School Aged Kids {After School LInky Party}My Profile

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