How to Draw and Paint a Turkey

How to Draw a TurkeyNow that October festivities have come to a close, I thought I’d make an easy downloadable pdf file to help with the next holiday challenge  – drawing a turkey. You can download my printer friendly pdf file HERE. To create the look of my finished sample, just have students draw the turkey in pencil, trace in marker, and then paint with dissolved instant coffee. The rich browns that the crystals make are really beautiful and an easy way to make your own paint.

8 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    Where do you get the White Opaque marker?

  2. Pam

    This was a great project to do! My 3rd graders felt a wonderful sense of accomplishment as their turkeys actually looked like real turkeys! Thanks for the post!
    {Yes, I’m writing to you in January, but I just thought of it!} Love your blog!

  3. MittenMom

    Thank you so much we all loved this activity! I had to make them as soon as I saw it yesterday. I blogged about it and linked back to you.
    Thanks again it is such an easy fun art project my 2 year old loved the coffee paint, my 6,8 and 12 year olds all made a version of your so cute turkey.

  4. Candace

    LOVE all your projects! Thanks so much for sharing! Here are our turkeys! :)

  5. marisa

    We are doing this project today, thanks for all the great ideas!

  6. Jennifer

    I did this project with my kids yesterday. They loved painting with coffee!

    Thank you so much for this site… a tremendous resource!


  7. Julie

    My 5y.o son made this and enjoyed it. I linked to you on my blog.

  8. Kristin

    Thank you for sharing these instructions, my son will fine this really helpful. Sometimes he gets so frustrated drawing, but breaking down the steps is a great idea

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