If you want to try this one out with your little ones all you need is paper, scissors, and some clear instructions.
I typically model step by step before I give students paper and highly recommend this if you've never done this project before. Then I have two groups: one that can be more independent following the written directions (I like to make 15 or so copies so all students have access to the written directions) and one group with me that will work on following step by step oral directions.
As a fast finisher, students can use the extra paper they get from cutting their original rectangular paper into a square to make baby turkeys.
Fun, cute, and time consuming - the perfect trifecta for the week before Thanksgiving!