Monday, November 18, 2013

Turkey Costumes for Story Writing

Yesterday I posted my idea for dressing up turkeys.  I had narrowed the clipart choice down to two of my favorites.  Here is my favorite.  He is printed on an 11" x 17" size.  I found out they make cardstock in those sizes.  My hubby uses them for brochures at his office.  He generously printed them out for me.  We made a writing sheet for the back.

Here are the sixteen turkeys in their costumes.  I sent this to school for each of the first grade teachers to show to their class.  They will put it on the Smartboard for kids to choose.  Since I am printing the costumes on 11" x 17"  printer paper, I only need to run off the total number of each turkey that is chosen. 

 I deleted all of the color for the 16 costumes, so that the kids could color the costumes, cut them out, then paste them on their cardstock turkeys.  I am giving you all 16 below.  Print them out in the 11 x17" size portrait.  Happy Thanksgiving.  Gobble, Gobble.








1 comment:

funjani said...

The turkeys are all individual jpgs. If you right click on them, it gives you the option to copy or save to file. Once you have done that, you can print them any size you like after opening them in Word, PhotoShop, Print Shop, etc.