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16 Easy Turkey Disguise Project Ideas For Kids [Free Templates]

The turkey is in trouble!

Every year, it’s the same story: the turkey is chosen as the main course for Thanksgiving dinner, and every year, it narrowly escapes becoming someone’s meal.

This year, the turkey has decided to take matters into its own hands by disguising itself in plain sight. That’s where these turkey disguise projects come in.

These easy and cute turkey crafts will help the turkey blend in with its surroundings, so hopefully, it won’t end up on the dinner table.

From a turkey disguised as a rainbow to a turkey wearing a ballerina disguise, these projects are sure to keep the turkey safe this Thanksgiving.

So get your craft supplies ready, download the free printable templates, and let’s get started!

Disguise A Turkey Crafts

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Below we’re sharing all of our sneaky turkey disguise ideas! Be sure to check back for more fun turkey costumes.

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If your kids are looking for a fun and festive Thanksgiving craft, look no further than this pirate turkey in disguise! This easy-to-make project is perfect for little ones and is sure to get them into the holiday spirit. Best of all, you probably already have all the supplies you need around the house.

Mr. Turkey is on the run! In order to evade capture, he’s donned a scarecrow turkey disguise and is hiding in plain sight. Make this cute craft that’s perfect for fall.

Turkey may be the main dish on Thanksgiving, but that doesn’t mean she wants to be eaten! This ballerina turkey craft is the perfect way for your child’s turkey to escape the dinner table.

If you’re looking for a creative way to keep your turkey safe this Thanksgiving, why not try this disguise a turkey pilgrim craft? With just a few simple materials, your kids can transform their turkeys into a hilarious disguise that is sure to confuse even the most seasoned of hunters.

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Do your kids always seem to choose the biggest, juiciest turkey to be on the holiday table? This year, let them in on the secret of how to make sure Ms. Turkey stays off the menu. With a little bit of creativity and some simple supplies, they can turn her into a beautiful princess that no one will be able to find! For directions, check out this princess turkey disguise craft!

Give your turkey a fighting chance this Thanksgiving with this disguise a turkey rainbow craft! This colorful camouflage will surely confuse the farmer, and your kids will have a blast making it.

Get your kids into the holiday spirit with this fun and festive Santa turkey disguise craft! This simple project is perfect for disguising that pesky turkey so it doesn’t get eaten on Thanksgiving or Christmas Day.

As anyone who has ever celebrated Thanksgiving knows, the holiday is all about the turkey. But what if the turkey doesn’t want to be eaten? This is where the flamingo turkey disguise comes in. This crafty disguise will help the turkey evade being served for dinner.

Have you ever heard of a gingerbread man trying to outsmart a farmer? This Thanksgiving, put your kids’ creativity to the test with this fun and classic craft activity – making a disguise for the gingerbread man so he can avoid becoming dinner! This gingerbread man turkey disguise is a fun craft that will get kids excited for Thanksgiving and Christmas!

This Thanksgiving, help your kids protect a turkey from becoming dinner by letting them create a disguise! This disguise a turkey mermaid craft is perfect for even the youngest artist, as all you need is some construction paper, scissors, and glue. Who knows – maybe she’ll be so well disguised that the farmer won’t even think twice about her!

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If you’re looking for a blank canvas to make any turkey disguise your kids can dream up, check out these disguise a turkey printables. We’ve given you a few ideas of how you can turn them into Pete the Cat, an Among Us astronaut, Pikachu, and Forky!

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, kids all over the country are busy crafting creative disguises for their beloved turkeys. This unicorn turkey disguise craft is perfect for kids who want to give their turkey a little extra protection from becoming someone’s dinner. The craft is simple to make and only requires a few supplies, including construction paper, scissors, and glue.

It’s that time of year again! Time to have the kids put on their thinking caps and come up with a creative way to save the turkey! This year, why not try this disguise a turkey cat craft? With a little imagination, some construction paper, and some glue, your kids can turn their turkey into a cat!

Is the turkey in danger of being eaten by guests? Do you need a way to hide it from prying eyes? If so, then this popcorn turkey disguise craft is perfect!

This Thanksgiving, keep your turkey safe from becoming the main course by teaching your kids how to make a spy turkey disguise craft. This cute and clever project is perfect for little ones who want to help keep Mr. Turkey alive, and it’s sure to get a few laughs!

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Wednesday 16th of November 2022

I need to get these themplate ! How?


Thursday 17th of November 2022

This post shows all of the different crafts. If you click through to the craft you want the template of, there's a form near the end. All you need to do is enter your email in that form to have the link sent to you ?


Tuesday 15th of November 2022

How do I download this?


Tuesday 15th of November 2022

All you need to do is enter your email in the form at the end of the post and the link will be sent to you ?


Wednesday 9th of November 2022

My Pre-K class is going to have fun with this project!!


Wednesday 9th of November 2022

Yay, great!


Saturday 5th of November 2022

Love this, cannot wait to recreate with my 2nd graders


Monday 7th of November 2022

Oh, awesome! So glad to hear that!

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