Are you looking for fun Thanksgiving activities for kids? These Oreo turkey cookies are so cute!
They are perfect for a class or homeschool party.
Perfect activity for the kids to do on Thanksgiving after they eat turkey and dressing.
Are you ready to see how easy these are to make? Everyone will love them!
(Make sure you check out all of our activities for kids while you’re here! We have tons.)
Supplies (for 1 cookie):
- 1 Oreo cookie (or the like)
- 5 candy corns
- 1 stick pretzel
- 1 Whopper
- 1 Starburst candy
- 2 candy eyes
- 1 T of store bought white icing in a ziplock bag
Gather up your supplies.
Just put the store-bought icing in a ziplock bag. Use scissors to snip one corner of the bag so you can use it to pipe icing on the cookie. Set it aside for the moment. We will use it soon.
Take the candy corns and poke them into the filling of the cookie like the image below.
Fan them out to look like feathers.
Then, break the pretzel stick in half.
Pole them into the bottom part of the cookie to serve as turkey legs.
Then, pipe some icing onto the Whopper candy.
Place it in the middle of the cookie as the nose.
Break a small piece of the Starburst candy off and form it into a triangle.
Use the icing to secure it to the Whopper. This will serve as the turkey’s beak.
Finally, use the icing to secure the two candy eyes above the Whopper.
Your turkey Oreo turkey will look like this when you’re done.
The kids can do it themselves, or you can help.
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Here are some more fun Thanksgiving activities for kids while you’re at it!
More Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids:
- Turkey Cookie in a Pudding Cup
- 12 Thanksgiving Toilet Paper Roll Crafts
- Waffle Cone Thanksgiving TeePee
- Leaf Garland
- Thanksgiving Do a Dot Printable
- Pumpkin Pie Play Dough
- Turkey Smores
- P is for Pilgrim Do a Dot Printable
Thanksgiving Books for Kids:
- T is for Turkey
- If You Sailed on The Mayflower in 1620
- The Perfect Thanksgiving
- What is Thanksgiving
- 10 Fat Turkeys
- Thanks for Thanksgiving
- If You Were at the First Thanksgiving
- Thanksgiving is for Giving
- The Pilgrims’ First Thanksgiving
- The Very First Americans
- The Night Before Thanksgiving