Congratulations, ta! You were the first person to correctly identify the last masterpiece as a turkey, thereby winning the first round of Guess the Preschool Craft. Please send me your address and I will send you your prize.
Next time I will be sure to take a photo of another child's craft so we can see what it's actually supposed to look like. From what I can recall, the long narrow brown piece is affixed at one end of the brown body. The circular lump at the top of the long narrow brown piece is supposed to be the head. The google eyes go there. The two little yellow pieces are feet, I believe, and the red one is the comb. The feather-shaped pieces are indeed feathers and that tiny tear-dropped shape one is what? I'm also confused about the blue bits.
Here is today's piece:
Since legions of you guessed the correct answer last time, this time I will collect all the correct answers and randomly choose one as the winner. That way, you won't have to be the first one on the scene to win. Good luck!
I think I'm going to institute a new feature here, a game called Guess the Preschool Craft. I'm beginning to find these works of art in Luke's mailbox at preschool and I am frequently unable to figure out what they are until I see one of the other children's. There will be a small prize for the first commenter who correctly guesses what this is supposed to be:
If you need a better look you can click on the image for an enlarged view. And if you need a hint, highlight the following white text: the Canadian Thanksgiving falls on Monday.