Do you need a turkey coloring for a Thanksgiving lesson? Or maybe just looking for a good coloring page for adults?
Here is a turkey that I think is more creative than an average, realistic-looking bird. The graphic lines of the tail and feathers offer MANY funny ways you can fill them.
Dye harder and softer for a dimensional look, or add your own feathers to the body and wings. You could also just work abstractly and design your own turkey. (Anything but that old track of your hand trick that seems pretty exciting to me.)
- Crayons or crayons
Invite students to color the tail and feathers so that they look like they have a dimension. If you choose a color and switch between light and strong coloring, you get some very entertaining results.
Note: We are not the author of this content. For the Authentic and complete version,
Check its Original Source