Disguise the Turkey School Project

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Disguise the Turkey School Project

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The goal of this classroom project is to disguise the turkey so that he won’t get eaten for Thanksgiving. Kids can dress him up as anything they like. Anthony S., Division Manager, shares a photo of his kindergartener, Joseph, presenting his turkey disguised as one of our truck drivers!
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posted on 11/19/2018
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