SLC Book Boy

the storytime ventures of a children's librarian

Five Turkeys

on November 22, 2013

(Have 5 turkeys on the board. )

Inspired by a post on ALCS

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Five turkeys were getting quite nervous.
Thanksgiving Day soon would be back.
So one turkey put on a duck suit,
And now he says, “Gobble, quack, quack!”

Four turkeys were getting quite nervous,
Thanksgiving was coming, not going.
So one little turkey put on a pig suit,
And now he says ‘gobble, oink, oink.’
(Who knew there is officially no rhyme for oink!)

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Three turkeys were getting quite nervous,
Thanksgiving was in just a week.
So one turkey put on a mouse suit,
And now he says ‘gobble, squeak, squeak.’

Two turkeys were getting quite nervous,
But one said ‘I know what to do!’
So that turkey put on a cow suit,
And now he says ‘gobble, moo, moo.’

One turkey was getting quite nervous,
He  said, I can’t take any more!
So that turkey put on a lion suit
And now he says ‘gobble, roar, roar!’

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(The cow lost it’s tail, and I hadn’t replaced it when the pics were taken) =\

This weeks Flannel Friday is hosted by What is Bridget Reading?

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7 responses to “Five Turkeys

  1. LOVE these adorable turkeys!!

  2. Danielle says:

    Where would i get the patterns for these adorable turkeys and their suits?

  3. ~ K ~ says:

    Cute idea and awesome felting! This rhyme would go perfectly with the book ~ Turkey Trouble. Have you seen it?

  4. Danielle says:

    I used your rhyme at story time today. The kids absolutely LOVED it. Thanks! (Found on the Flannel Friday pinterest.)

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